P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/35     1/21   A GHANIS(AN (20/12/9m) 1/3 The Foreign Office advises against travel to Afghanistan. Continuing tension between different groups has led to recurrent outbreaks of fighting througPout the country and tPe situation remains extremely volatile. Those@wPo nevertPeless propose to travel to Afghanistan are strongly advised to check the situation before setting out. ECO Travel Unit 0171 238 4503/4 Travel Peadlines 430 Front page 1p0 FCO 2 Sport Weather Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 4'5 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/05   @ $kj $kj 'k  5"m' sju 2/21   AFGHANISTAN 16/9/9$) 2/3 The British High Commission in Islamabad, PaBistan, can supply limited advice. he number to caLl there is: 00 92 51 822 131/5 @at vicitors s@oaLd be aware there is no British Hission in Afg@anistan to provi—— conrulap help. oreigN ffice TrAfel 0171 2£8 503/4 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 F O 0 port WeatPer MAin Menu
P475 CJ FAX 2 475 Tuj p4 Mar 2p:10/05     3/21   AEGHANIVTAN X16/9/9m) 3/3 Threats from military activity to aircraft overflying Afghanistan using routes V668, A466, G2p2 & V848 exist. Some airlines continue to use these routes for flights to and from South east Asia and the Far East. OtPers, including all British carriers, use alternative routes V876 and .500 on wPich tPe threat is minimal Travellers should check direct, eitPer with travel agents or airlines, wPich routes each airline is using. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport Weather Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue p4 Mar 20:00/20 3kj£3kj£3k  @ 'k  4/21   ALBANIA (03/03/97) 1/4 Do not visit Albania unless on essential business. The Foreign Office advises against travel to Sout@ern Albania for the time being. A state of emergency has been in eorce since 2 March. There is a countrywide curfew in place between t@e hours of 8pm and 7am. The Albanian GovernHent have advised all foreigners in Sout@ern Albania to leave. Tirana and tPe north of Albania remain largely peaceful. The border with Greece remains open. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport Weather Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue p4 Mar 2p:09/5p     5/21   ALBANIA (03/03/97) 2/4 Business visitors should exercise extreme caution owing to the current state of@civil unrest. Since@Zid-January tPere have been anti-government demonstrations in Tirana and other major cities. These have recently become violent resulting in the destruction of the governZent@buildings and police uehicles Although foreigners are not regarded as targets by the protesters, there have been reports of foreign journalists being attacked. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport WeatPer Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tu— 04 Mar 2p:00/04    C sju 6/21   £££ £££££ ££ ££££ £ A BALIA (03/03/97) 3/4 t hs posrible t@at visitors coul— get cauFht up in a.y fiolence. Identification should be carried at all Eoreign visitors and t@eir ve@icles Are —N attrActive tArGet fOr criIiNalc Avoid remote areas, keep valuables secure an— do not carry lar'e aHounts Driveing standards are low and special care is neEDed on t@e roads. TrateH @ea—lAlec £0 FroNt paFe 100 FCO 2 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue p4 Mar 2p:11/29     7/21   ALBAMIA (03/03/97) 4/4 An outbreak of poliomyelitis has been reported. All visitors to Albania are advised to check that their immunisation against poliomyelitis is up to date. In case of@emergencies, tPe British Embassy is situated at Rrung Skenderbeg 12, Tirana, Albania. Tel nos: (355 42) 34973/74/75 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport Weather Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue 04 Mar 20:01/09     8/21 " ££"£££" ££  £££££££££££££££££££ ALBANIA X27/01/97) 3/3 Driving standards are low and special capE iq neE@ed ol t@e roa@s. An outbreak of poliomyelitis has been reported. All visitors to Albania are advised to check that their immunisation against poliomyelitis is up to date. In case@of emergencies, the British Hbassy is situate— at Rrung Skenderbeg 12, Tirana, Albania. Tel nos: (355 42) 34973/74/75 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 port Weat@er Iain Menu
P475 C EFAX 2 475 Tue 04 Mar 2p:02/01 CC  @ $kj $kj 'k  £}j7k5"m' sju 9/21   ALG $ A 11/12/:m) 1/2 Visitors should not travel to Algeria becAure Of t@e @ig@ secarity t@reat to foreigners. Iore tPan 100 foreiCn visitors and resideltc, incla—ing two British resi@—nts, @ave been Cilleh since September 1993. In an attack near Ghardaia in May 199! fife foreign nationals, including a British citizjn, were killed. It s@owe— t@at t@e presence of a Iilitary guard Eay not, by itself, be enough to ensure effective protection. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport Weather Main Menu
P475 C FAX 2 475 Tue p4 Mar 2p:26/19    S[@ 10/21   ALGERIA (11/12/96) 2/2 urtPer attacks on Westerners must be expected. All British nationals should make tPeir wPereabouts Wnowm to tPe@ mbassy in Algiers, tel: 693434/692411 The land border between Algeria and Morocco is closed. Travel headli.es 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport WeatPer Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue 04 Mar 20:24/53    @ 12/21   ANGOLA (5/11/96) 2/3 Extreme caution should be taken in Luanda, particularly in the early evening and at night. Travel@outside Luanda should only be undertaken after seeking advice from an accredited or'anisation in Angola. Travellers should be aware that much of the country are still mined and certain roads are notorious ambush blackspots. Take care when travelling, particularly by road. Two British citizens were Willed by a landmine in Jan '9m. Another was killed in an ambush in April. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport Weather Main Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue p4 Mar 2p:21/18     13/21   ANGOLA (5/11/9m) 3/3 TPe Angolan autPorUties are currently carrying out a campaign to identify and leport all@improperly documented foreigners. Anyone intending to work in Angola should have appropriate docuUentation: valid vaccination certificates, legible visa, valid contract and work permit. The imZigration authority@Zay detain and later deport travellers witPout sufficient blank pages in the passport. British visitors are advised to reGister@with tPe British Embassy in Luanda. Tel: 334582/3, 393945, 392991 or 397681 upon arrival. Travel headlines 43p Front@page 1pp FCO 2 Sport WeatPer Main Menu
P475 AX 2 4'5 Tje p4 Zar 2p:00/43     14/21   ARGENTINA 16/8/96) 1/2 T@ere has been an increase in t@efts and pobberies, so eti es indolvAnF niolElce, There are occasional localised incideNts of civil unrest in t@e provinces. In Buenos Aires, the most frequent problems involve bag snatching and arEe— robberies il t@e street, in taxis and restaurants. @e alert at all times:co.Hen have erequently robbed tourists w(ile an accoJplice pretel@s to elp t em remove +etc@up accidently spraye— on them. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport WeatPer IAin Menu
P475 C AX 2 475 T—e p) Har 2p:01/02     16/21   ££££££££ £££££££££ A H N A 20/01/87) 1/2 A ceas—fire has been in place since May 1994. But the diqpute ov—r Nagorn9 Karabakh remains unresolved and border areas with Az—rbaijan should still be avoided. Avoid road travel outside tPe capital Yerevan. There are a few reported incAdents of Z—V'ingr, tPeft or phcCpocketing in Yerivan. Single women should avoid walCing alone at night and vigilance is reco Zended. TtAdeX@Peadlines cp tont@page 1p0@ F O 2 Sport Weat@—r MAin Menu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/40   j $kj $Cj 'k  sju 20/21   A RBAI AN 16/1/97) 2/0 Street crimes are increasing in all cities. Recent incidents against fOreigners Pafe inclu@e— robberies from ho-es and have, in some cases, been violent. Be vigilant and dress down. Use officially marke— taxis w@ich you s@oul— not s@are wAth strangers. -isitors to cities in soutPern Azerbaijan shoul— take precautions a'ainst Malaria. Please contact your doctor beforE visiting t@ese areas. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 2 Sport Weather Main Manu
P475 CEEFAX 2 475 Tue 04 Har p:00/0!     21/21   BAHRAIN (19/12/9$) Bahrain has been calm in recent months, aLt@ough isolate— cases of fandalism continue. The Bahraini authorities have tP— general situaion under control. Remahn alert to unattanded packag—s/ —aGr hn public places an— afoi— village areas, especially after dark. Observe local s—curity measures and resp—ct reli'ious and social sensitivities. T@ere@is no pearOn for Britic@ citizens to alter or cancel travel plans. For further information on arrival in Bahrain, call t@e British Embassy on 534404. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 F O 2 port Weat@er Iain Menu