Greek people took to the streets on Friday after the train crash in Tempe, Greece, that killed 57 people. Police intervened with the protesters.
Late on February 28, a train with more than 350 passengers collided head-on with a freight train. As a result of the accident, the wagons were thrown off the tracks and engulfed in flames.
Work resumed at the crash site, where rescue staff used cranes to lift some of the carriages that were thrown off the tracks - which could be wrapped up on Friday.
Amid shock and sorrow in a country where three days of national mourning have been declared, families and friends said they wanted answers over how such a crash could have happened.
After evening protests over the past two days, two more protest rallies are planned in Athens on Friday, around noon and in the evening.
The funeral of the first of the train crash victims on Friday was held in northern Greece.
Athina Katsara, 34, was buried in her hometown of Katerini. Her injured husband was in the hospital and could not come.