A portion of Bozcaada, one of the country's most significant natural beauties and tourist destinations, is being put up for sale due to disagreements over family inheritance.
A court in the northwestern province of Çanakkale announced on July 7 that 33 immovable properties on a total area of 1 million square meters in Bozcaada will be sold by tender.
Constantinos Filis, the Director of the Institute of Global Affairs and an associate professor of international relations at the American College of Greece, joins Thanos Davelis to discuss his latest piece in Kathimerini in which he makes the case that going to the International Court at the Hague is Greece's best option in order to resolve the key disputes with Turkey in the Aegean.
"Kleon," the scorching heatwave currently sweeping across the country, is set to continue on Saturday, with meteorologists predicting highs of 41 degrees Celsius in many areas of the country.
The pick up in the wind, which will reach force 7 in the Aegean from Sunday to Wednesday, will cause temperatures to drop slightly.
One of the first major issues that the new Greek government will have to deal with is the country's relations with Turkey. With the completion of the election cycles in both countries, and in the other part of the broader puzzle that also includes Cyprus, many people believe that a window of opportunity is being created for the normalization of ties.
Occupancy rates at resort towns on the Aegean coast have climbed to nearly 100 percent thanks to the long Eid al-Adha holiday, according to hoteliers in the region.
For instance, some 100,000 cars entered the popular destination of Bodrum in the province of Muğla within a space of four and a half days.