The prime minister of Greece, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, says the country will enter a three-day period of mourning. All public celebrations have been cancelled and flags on public buildings will fly at half mast until Friday. Following the tragic accident which has claimed the life of at least 36 people and dozens injured after a head-on collision between two trains in Greece.
The crash took place outside the central city of Larissa late on Tuesday when a passenger train heading from the capital, Athens, to Thessaloniki collided with a cargo train travelling from the northern city.
Some of the passenger carriages exploded in flames from the impact.