Three days of national mourning ended on Friday in Greece, but for many hit by devastating wild fires here, the grief is only just beginning. At this DNA lab, families are looking for answers, as they enter with strands of hair from their missing loved ones to be examined, bodies which have been identified leave the building in coffins.
Upwards of 82 people are known to have died, in what's one of the worst Greek disasters in living memory.>>
> The government says there was no time to evacuate people because of how quickly the blaze spread.
Another says they were left to burn like mice. Many are furious over what they call a useless emergency response. On Friday, Greece's opposition blasted the government for what it calls an utter failure to protect lives.>>
They now suspect it could have been arson started in three locations at the same time and deliberately timed during strong winds. At the scene, teams are continuing to search the scorched ground and the coastline. Dozens of people are still missing, including nine-year-old twin sisters. And the death toll is expected to rise.