P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 20:03/50    @ 1/14   INDONESIA (2/12/96) 1/5 There have been no further civil disturbances in Jakarta since tPe violence on July 27, 1996. Be alert. There has been an increase in petty crime against foreigners. There have been several incidents of knife-attacks on foreigners in the town of Brastagi and whilst climbing Mount Sibayak nearby. -isitors are warned that travelling in Irian Jaya can be dangerous because there is a guerilla movement (the OPM) operating. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 C E AX 2 480 Tue 0 Har p:04/10     2/14 ££"£££" £  NDON A ( &/9 8$) 2/ Eight foreig.—rs (including four Britons) were kidnapped by OPM in separate inci—ents in different parts of t@e province. There has also been serious rioting in several of t@— bigger towns. Further incidents cannot be ruled out. The security situation in Aceh Province, Sumatra, is stable but travel Travel headlinec 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/00     £}j7k5"m' sju 2/14   INDONESIA X26/8/96) 2/5 ight foreigners (including four Britons) were kidnapped by OPM in sepapate inci@entc in different papts There has also been serious rioting in several of t@— bigger towns. Further incidents cannot be ruled out. T(e security situation in Aceh Province, SuEatra, is stable but travel t@ere by road at night is inadviqable. TraveL Peadlines 4sp Fpont page 10p FCO 7 T /Radio Weat@er Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tu— 04 Mar 2p:00/00  3k  @  2/14 "£"£££" ££  ££££££££££ INDONESIA X26/9/96) 2/5 Eight foreigners (including four Britonr) were Ci—nappe— by OPM in separate incidents in different parts of th— province. @@epe @as also been serioas rioting in several Of tPe bigger towls. Furt@er incidents cannot be ruled oat. The security situation in Aceh Province, SuUatra, is stable but travel tPere by road at night is inadvisable. Trafel @—adlines 430 Front page 100 O 7 T / adio Weat@er IAin Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 20:22 00 CRS 6SjCRS I | |P @  £}j7+5"m' sju 3/14   ND N A p /10/9l) 2/5 East iIOr is gelerally quiet but tP— 3At!at@GN reDai,2 te,2e, Indonesian troops and armed insurgents. PerEits are required from t@e police to travel to Hpian Jaya, East Timor and Aceh Province, Su-atra. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/01 rkj£3CjCsk    3/14 ££"£££"£££  NDONES A (p2/12/9m) 3/5 East Timor is generally quiet but the situation remains tense. There are isolated clashes between Indonesian troops and armed insurgents. Permits are required from the police to trafel to Hrian Jaya, East Timor and Aceh Province, Sumatra. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 48p Tue p4 Mar 2p:04/51   @    INDONESIA (02/12/9-) 4/5 Indonesia is prone to earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and otPer natural disasters. Avoid the following areas: The Island of Krakatau, Mt Merapi and surrounding area in Central Java; and Mt Marapi and its surrounding area in Bukitinggi, Sumatra. urtPer inforUation can be@obtained erom tPe Directorates of Volcanology, at@Banhung p22 /726pm/774897 and Yogyakarta 0274 514180. Travel headlines 430 Front pag 4/14 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 2p:09/47 /j£s+j£3kjCsk I @ @ 5/14   INDONESIA Xp2/12/96) 5/5 Travellers to Indonesia whose journey will involve overflight of Afghanistan should be aware tPat there are threats from military activity to civil aircraft using routes V658, A466, G2p2 and .848. Some airlines continue to use these routes. Others, including all British carriers use alternative routes V876 & -500, on which the threat is assessed as minimal. Ttavellers should check direct either with travel agents or airlines@which roktes individual airlines are using. Travel headlines 43p Front page 1p0 FCO 7 TV/Radio WeatPer Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 48p Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/04     6/14   IRAN (4/2/97) 1/4 Take sensible precautions and make sure travel docuMents, including visas, are in order. Particular care should be taken not to offend@against Islamic codes of dress and behaviour. Photography near military or GovernZent@installations is strictly pro@ibited. Many such installations are not easily identifiable and care should be taBen over photograp@y in urban areas away from tourist locations. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 48p Tue p4 Mar 2p:11/40    @ 7/14   RAN ()/2/97) 2/4 The borders between Iran and Azerbaijan and Itan and Tur+Zenistan are open only to nationals of those countries. Non- nationals are not allowed to cross these borders by land. Declare all foreign currency taken into the country on a customs declaration form, or at the Bank Melli branch at Tehran (Mehrabad) Airport. Eailure to do so may result in undeclared foreign currency being confiscated on departure. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 0 Mar 20:20/00     8/14   A X!/2/9 2/ t ic olly possiblE to c@anFe a.y travellers c@eques into ials. Th—re hav— recently b—en a numb—r of cases of tourists being asked for identification by bogus policemen, who have then Zade off@with tPe visitor's wALlet and curreNcy. Keep passports separate from other vauluables. e'icter wit@ t@e British Ebasry. (tel $7 011) and consult t@em Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 F @' T /$aHio @ WeAtPer @ AAl ZeNu
P480 CEEFAX 2 48p Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/54     9/14   IRAQ (5/8/96) British nationals should not attempt to visit Iraq. Travel headlines 430 Front page 1p0 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 20000/00 j 2Cj £Cj £C  @L h4|,h4   9/14   RAQ (5/8/9$) @ritish NatiOlAls s@ouLd not attempt to vicit HrAq. Doreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 TrAtel headlin—c 430 Fpont page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 48p Tue p4 Mar 2p:06/01     10/14  C ISRAEL & OCCUPIED TERRITORIES 1/2 (10/1/97) TPere have been no recent terrorist attacks in Israel, although there is a risk of incidents at any time, like the sZall explosions in Tel Aviv on 9 Jan. The situation in tPe Occupied Territories is stable at present. Although tPere is no direct threat to uisitors, possible diqturbances and responsive security measures could affect tourists. Using experienced tour operators and local taxi drivers minimises tPe risks. Travel Peadlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/09  3C  |,|h @ k @5 }j VI @sja 11/1$   " AEL & UPIE@ HTO @ 2/0 10 1/97) Tourism goes on as usual in Jerusalem. isits to Hebron are best avoided. Orga.ised group visits to Bethle@em and J—ric@o are conti.uing. Visitors ZAy experAence hifficuLty@hn GAiNing Israeli permission to cross into Gaza. All visitors should follow local events and cOntact t@e British Consulate in Jerusalem tel: 02 582 8281 (dor tPe est BanR, Gaza Strip and Jerusalem), or t@e British Embassy in Tel Aviv tel: 03 510 0166 (for Israel), or their tour representative if they need help. Tpavel headlin—s 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 T / adio Weat@er Iain Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 20:07/09    S@ 12/14   JAMAICA (25/11/96) 1/2 The Jamaican authorities have taken ZeArures to protect tourist areas and most visitors to Jamaica enjoy trouble- free holidays. However, vigilance is advisable outside tPe safety of one's hotel. -isitors should be particularly alert for bag snatchers, chain grabbers and pickpockets. Do not carry valuables, large amounts of@cash or travel docuZents unnecessarily. If threatened with a weapon do not resist. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CE AX 2 48p Tue p Zar !p001/10     14/14   J DAL 18/p 87( .isitors to Jordan can travel fpeely anyw@ere in the country. T(e li+eli@ood of violence against eoreigners remAins low. Visitors to Jordan are reminded to dress mo$estly, be@ave courteously and resp—ct local curtoms and sensitivities. All visitors should follow local events and contact t@e Consular Section of t@e British Embassy in Amman, tel 00 9% & 8!$+80 or 8221p0) Or t@—ip —our pepreceltatide if t@ey Nee— Hore TrAv—X @eadlin—s 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weat@—r Iain Menu
P480 E FAX 0 480 ue 0 Har 0:0 /0%  H  'k  sju 12/14 "£"£££" ££  JAMAICA (25/11/96) 1/2 The JaHaican authorities have taken Heasures to protect tourist areas and Host visitOrs to JAHAica enjoy trouble- However, viGilance is advisable outside tPe safety of one's Hotel. Tisitors should be particularly alert eOr bag rnatcPers, c ain grAbbers an— pickpockets. Do not@carry valuables, large amounts of cash or travel docum—ntq annecesrapily. f t@peatened wAt@ a weapon do not resist. Travel headlin—s 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 480 Tue 04 Mar 2p:03/01     13/14   JAMAICA (25/11/95) 2/2 .isitors are advised against walking at night. Avoid downtown Kingston unless absolutely necessary. Do not@use public transport. WPen in doubt seek advice from travel representatives, the Jamaican Tourist Board or the British High Com]ission, Tel Kingston 926-9050 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/Radio Weather Main Menu
P480 CEEFAX 2 48p Tue p4 Mar 2p:06/20 CRSCWC IX U@@ @V[@ 14/14   JOTDAN (18/p2/:7) .isitors to Jordan can travel freely anywhere in the country. The likelihood of violence against eoreigners remains low. Visitors to Jordan are reminded to dress modestly, bePave courteously and respect local customs and sensitivities. All visitors should follow local events and contact tPe Consular Section of the British Embassy in Amman, tel p0 962 6 856581 or 823100) or their tour representative if they need more advice or help. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 7 TV/$adio WeatPer Kain Menu