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The FRANCE 24 Debate travels to Beirut - Paris, June 12, 2013

The FRANCE 24 Debate travels to Beirut - Paris, June 12, 2013

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On Wednesday June 12, FRANCE 24’s three daily debates (in English, French and Arabic) travel to Beirut to bring viewers special editions on the political situation in Lebanon and the region

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 2013
At 7.10pm in English and French
At 8.10pm in Arabic

(Paris time)

Can Lebanon avoid being dragged into the Syrian conflict?

With the ever-growing threat of the Syrian conflict spilling over into neighboring Lebanon, the country faces many significant political, security and - above all - humanitarian challenges. As different factions of its society take sides in the Syrian conflict, has Lebanon reached a turning point?

On Wednesday June 12, FRANCE 24’s three daily debates (in English, French and Arabic) travel to Beirut to bring viewers special editions on the political situation in Lebanon and the region.

François Picard (in English), Taoufik Mjaied (in Arabic), Vanessa Burggraf (in French), and their respective guest panels of prominent Lebanese politicians, journalists and experts will spend an hour analyzing the unfolding situation and confronting their different viewpoints.

<span>About FRANCE 24</span>:
FRANCE 24, the non-stop international news channel, broadcasts 24/7 to 206 million homes around the world in French, Arabic and English. From its newsroom in Paris, FRANCE 24 gives a French perspective on global affairs through a network of several hundred correspondents located in nearly every country. It is available via cable, satellite, DTT, ADSL, on mobile phones, tablets and connected TVs. FRANCE 24’s new media platforms, which are also available in three languages, attract 15 million visits and 7 million video views a month.

<span>Contact</span>
Damien AMADOU: (+33) 01 84 22 74 32 - damadou@france24.com

 

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