< 1 mn read Multi award-winning documentary, ‘Enough! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour’ that examines the economic and political situation in Lebanon, is launching via a series of live, global event screenings to capture international attention and generate discussion. In a world-first, the Australian produced film will screen for free in cinemas in Beirut and stream simultaneously on the FanForceTV platform followed by a live Q&A panel in the cinema led by political journalist Albert Kostanian. Audiences around the world will interact with the expert panel directly via Live-chat with questions answered in real time. 7 further live events will follow in the USA, South America, UK/Europe, Australia/NZ and Dubai, all translated into 15 different languages live.
3 mn read Indian passport gets stronger with its ranking from 90th rank to 83rd. The upgrade is witnessed in the time span of a year. According to Henley Passport Index, in 2021 people with Indian passport were allowed to enter 58 countries without visa but since in 2022, the passport has climber eight places on the list, now people holding Indian passports can travel 60 countries without visa formalities. As per the data based on International Air Transport Association (IATA), Oman is one of the countries, that has been added on the list of Indians to visa free entry in the country. After 2006, India has added 35 new locations on the list.
4 mn read Following the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, the social and moral situation is distressing. In only 10 days, Afghanistan is going back 20 years. Women’s emancipation has been burned to the ground. The international community struggles to react effectively for fear of reprisals. Everyone flees. On the media, the chaos resounds internationally and is indignant. Several countries have undertaken solidarity actions to show support and with the hope of encouraging the women in Afghanistan, prisoners of their own government.
3 mn read Talking with Oussam Habib, a Lebanese journalist specialized in economics and banking, Eat News explores the economic predicament in Lebanon that might leads to a social explosion. Lebanon’s ailing economy can only be rescued if the international community injected massive financial aid over the next five years provided that this assistance is matched by radical reforms, an economist said.
4 mn read In the post-pandemic world, signs, and manifestations of slavery present a new era of unconventional challenges perpetrated by governments or armed non-state actors (terrorist organizations, criminal gangs, and hybrid groups), says Benjamin Wittes, an American legal journalist and senior fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution.
4 mn read Europe is rapidly changing the focus of its attention in the Iranian nuclear dossier, relying primarily on the political aspects of the problem. That is especially true against the backdrop of the upcoming presidential elections in Iran, scheduled for May 18, 2021. Talking to Lebanese General Michel Nahas, an expert specialized in middle eastern affairs and military Defense, speaks to Eat News about European mediation concerning the Iranian threat in the region and how they deal with this new fact?
3 mn read One of the most challenging matters is to explain the new phenomena in the worlds of war, politics, and society. That is because theoretical obstacles come from the past and carry the future dimensions of them—talking with Mounir Shafik, a Palestinian politician and Arab intellectual and coordinator of the Islamic Nationalist Congress. Eat News explores the facts of this 3rd Intifhada that imposed a new balance of power in the region and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
4 mn read Talking to Eddé Roger, Lebanese politician and thinker, founding president of the Assalam Party, the Lebanese National Peace Party argues that “We are walking on the edge of a precipice. We have to aid, support, and encourage the Lebanese people, but at the same time not give the impression that we want to establish a new protectorate, which would be completely stupid,” Eddé Roger said. Eat News explores the Lebanese crisis to talk about the French initiative that couldn’t be failed.