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Updated U.S. State Department Travel Warning for Iran

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens to carefully consider the risks of travel to Iran. Dual national Iranian-American citizens may encounter difficulty in departing Iran. U.S. citizens should stay current with media coverage of local events and carefully consider nonessential travel. This replaces the Travel Warning for Iran issued October 21, 2011 to add information regarding additional time needed for citizenship documents processed by the Swiss Protecting Power in Tehran, and the Department’s ability to assist U.S. citizens in an emergency. Read More »

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Malaria cases tripled in 2011 in Democratic Republic of Congo

The Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), a non-profit medical charity, reported 155,000 cases of Malaria in 2011.  The MSF said it had treated 45,000 malaria cases in the DRC in 2009 and approximately 90,000 in 2010. In the first three months of 2012, MSF registered another 85,000 cases, suggesting that the figures continue to rise. Read More »

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Updated U.S. State Department Travel Warning for Burundi

Unforeseen political unrest can occur in highly volatile regions.  Be prepared by purchasing travel medical insurance which includes political evacuation.  Call us at (800) 647-4589 for a quote.

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of traveling to Burundi. This Travel Warning replaces the Travel Warning for Burundi dated November 25, 2011 to reiterate existing security concerns and to note that security restrictions on travel for Embassy personnel remain in place. Read More »

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U.S. State Department Travel Warning for Tunisia

The Department of State alerts U.S. citizens to the potential for unrest in Tunisia. The security situation in most tourist and business centers remains calm. However, spontaneous and unpredictable events, such as work stoppages and demonstrations still occur, a state of emergency remains in force, and curfews can be re-established on short notice. The U.S. Department of State continues to advise U.S. citizens currently in Tunisia to remain alert to local security developments and to be vigilant regarding their personal security. Travelers contemplating trips to the interior of the country should assess local conditions and routes when making travel plans, as conditions can change quickly. This Travel Alert supersedes the Travel Alert for Tunisia dated January 13, 2012, to update information on the security situation and travel within Tunisia, and expires on June 30, 2012. Read More »

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Updated U.S. State Department Travel Warning for Niger

The Department of State continues to warn U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Niger, and urges extreme caution due to increased kidnapping threats against Westerners. This replaces the Travel Warning for Niger dated August 5, 2011 to update information on security concerns.

Al-Qaida in the Lands of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), a terrorist group, continues its attempts to kidnap Westerners in Niger, including U.S. citizens, and has been successful in kidnapping Europeans in the region. On January 7, 2011, two French nationals were kidnapped Read More »