At least 50 people are feared dead in wildfires burning in part of Greece.
According to the Red Cross, 26 bodies were found in the yard of a villa in the seaside village of Mati, which is at the centre of the disaster.
Before news of the grim discovery, the official death toll reportedly stood at 24.
Most of the victims were trapped in the village 40km (25 miles) north-east of Athens, and died either in their homes or their cars.
As part of a huge rescue effort, emergency workers also used boats and helicopters to evacuate a beach.
Officials also said a search-and-rescue operation is being conducted for 10 tourists who fled one of the fires in a boat.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said: "We will do whatever is humanly possible to control it."