Tag Archives: Somalia
Official sources report on risks due to: conflict and terrorism in Kenya, Nigeria, Somalia, Tunisia and Egypt; crime and social unrest in Mozambique, Venezuela and Brazil; demonstrations in Belgium, Cameroon, Albania, Haiti, Moldova, and Nigeria; health risks in Argentina, Brazil, Europe, Multistate (World), and Nigeria, and Ebola outbreak risks in Democratic Republic of the Congo; law and culture in Gaza and Mozambique; natural disasters and climate in Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Mauritius, New Zealand, Peru and Puerto Rico, United States; and mass gathering risks in Bangladesh.
Official sources report on risks due to: conflict and terrorism in Somalia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Chile and Mali; crime and social unrest in South Sudan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa), Gabon, India, Madagascar, Myanmar, Nigeria, and Tunisia; Law and Culture in China and Myanmar; entry and exit requirements in Burkina Faso; health risks in Democratic Republic of the Congo, the European Region, France, Multistate (World), and Panama; natural disasters in Austria, Brazil, Germany, Iran, Japan, and Philippines; the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Official sources report on risks due to: conflict and terrorism in Nigeria, Egypt, Bahrain, Benin, Niger; crime and social unrest in Comoros, Ethiopia; natural disasters in Philippines, Northern Mariana Islands; law and culture in Nigeria, Mali, Indonesia, Philippines; demonstrations in Cameroon, Guinea, Senegal, Sri Lanka; health risks in Syria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Senegal, Guyana; entry and exit requirements in Kuwait, China, United Arab Emirates; and various risks in Mexico and Azerbaijan and risks in various countries due to outbreaks of Polio, Typhoid, Dengue, Malaria and Ebola.
Official sources report on risks due to: conflict and terrorism in Jordan and Uganda; crime and social unrest in Ukraine, Jordan; natural disasters in Indonesia, Japan, Russian Federation, South Korea, North Korea, China, Guam, Nicaragua, and Cambodia; law and culture in Burundi and Jordan; demonstrations in Gabon, Peru, and Ethiopia; health risks in Zimbabwe, Niger, Nigeria, and Saudi Arabia; and risks due to outbreaks in various countries of West Nile virus, Legionnaires’ disease, Influenza A(H5N6), Poliomyelitis, MERS-CoV, and Ebola.
The Canada and UK governments, and the UN warn of risks of conflict and terrorism in Bangladesh, Chad, Eritrea, Mozambique, Rwanda, and Syria; warn of risks due to recent natural disasters in Greece, Laos, Latvia, Sweden, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Japan; warn of potential risk of violence at demonstrations in Cameroon, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Malawi, Mali, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe; and warn of crime and social unrest in Jamaica and Peru. The U.S. and UK governments, the CDC, and the ECDC warn of various security and health risks in Burma, Somalia, Nigeria, and Egypt, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, and French Reunion. WHO and the ECDC report on the end of the recent Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The U.S. Department of State warns about risks for travel to Somalia, Venezuela, Republic of South Sudan, Philippines, Mali, North Korea, Jordan, and Egypt. The CDC reports on Yellow Fever in Brazil; Polio on Nigeria, the DRC, and Syria; Dengue in Sri Lanka, Measles in France and DRC; Chickenpox in Pakistan. The United Nations report concerns of unrest in Mauritania. Read as well health and safety recommendations on Hot Weather, Traveling with Medications, and more in the Recommended Reading / Viewing section of this post.
The U.S. Department of State warns about risks for travel to Kenya and Somalia. The CDC shares recommendations for travelers celebrating Carnival and Mardi Gras outside of the U.S., and for travelers planning to go to Zika endemic countries in Southeast Asia. International SOS shares the article “Safe travels: Don’t leave home without plans for an emergency”.