Officials for the U.S. State Department have issued a level 2 travel advisory warning for the Bahamas due to crime, including burglaries, robberies, sexual assault and risks associated with using unregulated recreational watercraft.
The warning, released Feb. 25, urges American tourists to “exercise increased caution” when traveling to, and staying in, the popular tropical islands.
“Do not travel to Haiti due to crime and civil unrest,” the U.S. State Department says, urging Americans to avoid the country that is wracked with violent protests against President Jovenel Moise. The State Department is pulling all nonemergency U.S. personnel and their family members from the country. Keep reading on NPR
A state of emergency has been declared in Pennsylvania and New Jersey as the storm moves east.
AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said “Feet of snow, blizzard conditions, a significant build-up of ice, tree-breaking winds and plunging temperatures will close roads, cause flight cancellations and disrupt daily activities over a large part of the northeastern United States this weekend.”
[8:50 PM UPDATE] Snow will increase in intensity through late evening, with heavy snow continuing overnight. The worst is yet to come, with deteriorating travel conditions over the next few hours. Blowing/drifting snow will continue in open areas with very low visibility. #nywxpic.twitter.com/GGz7t1RV6C
“All indications are that the storm will slow down and just crawl or meander over the inland sections and the coastal Piedmont,” Weather Channel hurricane expert Bryan Norcross said. “We don’t know exactly where the center will go, but it’s not really relevant. It’s more like a (Hurricane) Harvey situation, where it’ll just slowly wind down.”
A MOZAMBIQUE travel warning has been issued by the UK Foreign Office has advised against British tourists traveling to Mozambique in their latest travel warning following a series of terror attacks which saw 17 people killed. So how safe is it to travel to Mozambique?
A Mozambique travel warning has been issued by the UK advising those from Britain not to travel to the northeastern region of the country
UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office has consequently warned against travelling to avoid any danger
The descirbed the threat of terrorim in Mozambique as “likely” and has issued advice on anyone travelling to the African country…..Click Here To Keep Reading
News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Weds. June 13, 2018: The U.S. government is warning Americans against travel to the Central American nation of Nicaragua as the death toll from protests there moved to 146.
The U.S. State Department on Monday, June 10th, says nationals should “reconsider travel to Nicaragua due to crime, civil unrest, and limited healthcare availability.”
Many of the 146 have been killed in the socio-political crisis in Nicaragua that began the 55 days ago in protest against President Daniel Ortega, according to the Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights (Cenidh).
Rallies and demonstrations are widespread and occur daily with little notice,” the US State Department OSCAC stated Monday. “In many instances the government responds using tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets, and live ammunition, leading to significant numbers of deaths and injuries.”…Click Here To Keep Reading