Olive farming is a crucial part of Crete's economy, but 85% of the Greek island's freshwater is used up by agriculture. Smart farming technology is set to greatly reduce that amount - and revolutionise olive production in the process.
Two people were found dead and another reported missing in floodwaters on mainland Greece after Cyclone Ianos made landfall on Friday.
It comes after fire destroyed the Moria migrant camp, which was home to more than 12,500 migrants. Its capacity was 2,700 people.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has urged Turkey to engage in dialogue and take no more actions to increase tensions with Greece in the Eastern Mediterranean.
The descendants of Greek refugees who fled Turkey nearly a century ago tell Euronews their stories
Some 12,500 people were living at the Moria camp and the surrounding area.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened Greece with “painful experiences” if the country doesn’t enter talks with Turkey over disputed territorial claims in the eastern Mediterranean.
Erdogan made the announcement on Friday. The plan is for it to be functional by 2023, the centenary of the Turkish Republic.
Alexandros Diakopoulos said his comments — which he had later retracted — had “caused confusion and created a problem” for Greek prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Greece’s prime minister has convened the government’s national security council amid growing tensions with Turkey over drilling in the eastern Mediterranean.
Authorities in the Greek island of Evia say seven people have died and dozens remain trapped in their homes and cars after flash floods caused by a torrential downpour.
Torrential rains and floods swept the Greek island of Evia, killing seven, damaging dozens of houses and blocking roads.
The migrants were believed to have recently entered the country when the crash happened, according to police.
Members of the public have the chance to scuba dive to the wreck of an ancient ship that sank in the 5th century BC.