On the eve of what some hope could be breakthrough talks with Iran in Geneva, two suicide attacks target Tehran's embassy in Beirut. A message to dissuade Shiite Iran from doing a deal with the West? Domestic score-settling against Iran-backed Lebanese movement Hezbollah? Or the spillover from Syria? A hardline Sunni group has claimed responsibility. François Picard and his guests examine that claim, and try to get to grips with the bigger picture.
- Lokman SLIM, Lebanese historian, publisher and social activist;
- Jonathan PARIS, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council of the United States;
- Elie ABDEL HAY, Lebanese opposition March 14th Coalition;
- Mayssa AWAD, France 24 reporter.
Produced and prepared by David Boratav, Haxie Meyers-Belkin and Diaraye Bah