There were eight French and two Greek citizens killed when a F-16 crashed in Spain today, Agence France-Presse reports.
Greek singer Demis Roussos has died aged 68, an Athens hospital has said.
Roussos has sold millions of albums worldwide and was formerly a member of prog rock band Aphrodite's Child.
Among his most popular songs on a solo artist were Forever and Ever and Goodbye, My Love, Goodbye.
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Greek leftist leader Alexis Tsipras told thousands of people gathered in Athens last night that an end to "national humiliation" was near.
Recent opinion polls showed his Syriza party pulling ahead three days before an election.
Tsipras urged Greeks to give Syriza an outright victory in Sunday's vote so the country could turn its back on four years of austerity under the terms of an EU/IMF bailout.
"On Monday, national humiliation will be over. We will finish with orders from abroad," Tsipras, 40, told flag-waving supporters at his biggest election rally.
Hundreds of Greeks gathered outside the Acropolis museum on Sunday to hold a candlelight vigil asking Britain for the return of the Elgin marbles.
The marble statues from the facade of the Parthenon have been the subject of acrimonious dispute since they were taken from Ottoman-ruled Athens by the Earl of Elgin in 1816.
The British Museum attracted controversy last month when it agreed to loan part of the marbles to a museum in Russia.
Fierce heat from a slow-burning blaze kept firefighters and other investigators from searching the hold and vehicle decks of a Greek ferry for more bodies for a second day.
At least 11 people perished in the pre-dawn blaze on 28th December aboard the Norman Atlantic, on a voyage between Greece and Italy.
Authorities fear more bodies might be inside the vehicle deck where the fire began.
The ferry was towed into the Italian port of Brindisi on Friday morning and port captain Mario Valente said temperatures were "very high" inside the deck, with smoke still pouring from the wreck.
Bari prosecutor Ettore Cardinali later said no bodies were found during a search of some of the passenger cabins and some deck areas.
The charred remains of a ferry which caught fire in the Adriatic Sea, killing at least 11 people, have been brought in to harbour in Italy.
The blaze took hold of the Norman Atlantic ship just off the Greek island of Corfu on Sunday, and was still smouldering as an Italian tugboat towed it into Brindisi port.
Prosecutors have now recovered the ship's black box and will examine its contents.
The ferry's captain, Argilio Giacomazzi, and its Italian owner Carlo Visentini, have already been charged with shipwreck, multiple manslaughter and negligent injury.
Four more people, including two crew members and two representatives of operator Greek ANEK Lines, are also under investigation.
Eleven people have been confirmed dead to date, while 477 people have been rescued.
An unknown number of others remain missing.
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The new year has begun in the Greek capital Athens where a lone firework is seen in front of the Parthenon on Acropolic hill.
More than 200 survivors from the Greek ferry fire arrived in the port of Brindisi in Italy today.
A father, who was travelling with his wife and three children, told ITV News correspondent Neil Connery about their ordeal.