P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 2p:07/09       KAZAKHSTAN (28/01/97) 1/2 Robberies on road and rail transport have increased. Passengers should travel in groups and compartments sPould alwAys be locSed on@overnight trains. There Pas@been as increase in attacks and muggings on the streets of larger cities, including Almaty. Do not walk tPe streets alone at night or travel in unmarked taxis. Keep expensive items out of sight. Carry ID at all times. Travel headlines 430 Front pag 1/22 FCO 8 Sport Weather Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/48     3/22   KENYA (19/12/96) 1/3 Except as indicated below, game teserves@anh tPe ZAin tourist@areas at the coast are generally safe. However, Zuggings and armed attacks can and do occur anywhere and at any time, particularly in Nairobi and Ko[bava^@Be@alert at@all tiUes. Do not accept food or drink from strangers. Avoid travelling after dark even if driving your own vehicle. Avoid isolated places, particularly empty beaches. Do not@carry valuables or@wear jewellery in public places. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weathjr Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 2p:02/04   @  4/22   KENYA (19/12/9m) 2/3 Incidents of armed car-hijackings are Zore prevalent in NAirobi and Mombasa but can occur anywPere in the@country. Do not attempt to escape from hijackers or resist their demands. For security reasons, and also because of the condition of the roads, visitors to Lamu Island are strongly adviseh to travel by air. Road traffic headed for Lamu must travel in convoy on the on tPe Malinidi/Garsen/Lamu section. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weather Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tu— 04 Mar 20:01/00     £}j7C5"m' sju 5/22   K NYA (19/12/84) 3/3 Avoid t@e North Eastern Province, the TAna rifer district of Coast Province an— tPe Iriolo and Marsabit districts of Eastern  SAmburu@gaZe reserve and, wPen accompanied by tour operators, the PAba gaZe@reserve) TpafeL @eadli.ec 30 Fpolt page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 2p:02/03     6/22   KUWAIT (19/p2/97) British nationals should not attempt to travel anywPere near tPe border with Iraq. Care should be taken when using beaches and picnic spots. Even where officially cleared tPere is still a danger from unexploded ordnance. Both visitors and long term residents are strongly advised to register with tPe Embassy on arrival. Tel: 24p@3334/5/6 or 24p 33%4/5/6/7 or 243 2046/7/8/9 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weather Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 20:04/03   C  }j7k5"I' sju '/02 £"£££" £  £ £££££££££ £ ££££££ £ KYRGYZSTAN (28/01/97) 1/2 Road trafel is difficult bec use of t@e terrain. In spring, landslides are coEHon in Hountain areas especially in tPe south. Roads from Tar@Bent and Almaty to BisPVeC can be Pazardour in wAnter and have no garage facilities. Mugging & theft are increasing in cities and rural areas, some apparently committed by uniformed police officers. Do not walk the streets at night or tradel in unOfficial taxis. Keep expenrive@items out of sight. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weather Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 20:14/46     9/22   LAOS (23/12/96) 1/2 .isitors are@strongly@advised not to trAvel betweem .ang@Vieng and Luang 0rabang by road because of the risk of bandits attac+ing public transport. Road travel from Luang Prabang to Phonsavanh is inadvisable. These problems have not affected Road 13 north bjtween Vientiane and Vang -ieng. Local advice on current conditions should be sought before travelling. All journeys should preferably be made by air. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport WeatPer Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/12     10/22   LAOR (23/12/95) 2/2 Travellers should also be aware of the dangers of unexploded ordnance, particularly in Xieng Khouang Provin (Plain of Jars) and areas of tPe Lao- -ietmamese border tPat were formerly traversed by tPe Ho@Chi Minh trail. Those intending to visit Laos should seek medical advice about endemic diseases before travelling. Foreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weather Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 20:01/02     11/22   LATVIA 28/1/97) Travellers should be alert to t@e possibilUty of Hug'ing, t@eft and pickpocketing. Take sensible precautions and avoid unlit streets and parks at night. Car theft is rife, wherever possible, guarde— car-parks should be used and valuables +ept out of sight. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weath—r Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue p4 Mar 2p:01/01     12/22   L BALON (13/2/97) 1/2 TPe sitaation in Lebanon is generally calm. Travel is inadvisable south of the city of Tyre w@ere s@elling and Iilitary activity are li+ely to continue in t@e area from the coast to t@e SoutPern Beka'a Valley and in all ot@er areas inside and along the border of the Israeli Occupied Zone. Visitors wishing to go to the Baalbeck region and to t@e north of the Beka'a Valley should use organised tour groups. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P481 C FAX 2 481 Tu— 0 Har 0:0!/01  3k  $kj $kj k j5 £}j7B5"I' sju 13/22 ££"£££" £  £££££££££££££££££££ EBANON (13/2/97) 2/2 Photography should be limited to trA@itiOlal toarist sites. isitors are advised to dress modestly modestly and register with the British Hbassy in Beirut upon arrival Tel: 417p07 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FC 8 pOrt WeatPer Iain Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 2p:11/01 C   @W 15/22   LESOXHO (19/2/97) 2/2 Kuggings, Z—inly in broad daylight, have occurred in the centre of Maseru. Do not attempt to resist such attacks. Isolated areas should be avoided. Do not walk arounh town at night. All visitors are advised to register with the British High Commission in Maseru on arrival. Tel 313961. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weather Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue p4 Mar 2p:22/04    V@ 16/22   LIBERIA (14/p1/97) In view@of the continuing conflict affecting the greater part of the country, British nationals are advised not to visit Liberia. Eoreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weather Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/00  3k  C 'k  5"m' sju 17/22  ££  LIBYA X22/01/87) 1/3 Silce April 9 , L@Security ouncil sanctions hafe included a ban on flights to and froI Libya HaBing He@ical or ot@er eIergencies difficult. The ban on the supply of aircraft and aircraft components, engineering and maintenance services for ibyan aircraft and oth—r related services by foreign companies may affect the safety and reliability of internal flights. Travel h—adlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weat@—r Iain Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/00     18/22   LIBYA 02/1/97) 2/3 .iolent disturbances occasionally occur in tPe re'ion east of Beng@azi. Th—re have been no reports of attacks on foreiCners but t@e area is best avoide— @here are occasional violent disturbances in TrApoli, most recently il early July. Visitors should be mhGilant. It is unwise to use or carry@cameras except at tourist sites under t@— supervision of an official guide. TraveL @eadlines 430 ront page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue p4 Mar 2p:20/10     19/22   LIBYA (22/01/97) 3/3 Stern penalties are imposed for the possession or use of alcohol and harsh penalties for criticising the country, its leadership or religion. It is illegal to change money except at the official exchange rate. Britain has no diplomatic relations with Libya and tPe protection that can be offered to British nationals visiting the country is limited. All British natio.als should register with the British Interests Section, Italian mbassy, Tripoli Tel: 3331192/3 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 Sport Weatper Main Menu
P481 CEEFAX 2 481 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/00    C 20/22   LITHUAN A (28/10/9-) There is a risk of pickpocketing and bag snatching particulary on public transport. Avoid poorly lit streets, parks and secluded areas after dark. ar theft, particularly of/from new or expensive cars, is on the increase. Lock unattended vePicles: contents (and radios if possible) sPould be co.cealed in the boot. Park overnight in secure car parks in the major cities. Tisitors to forested areas should seek medical advice about inoculations against tick borne encephalitis. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 8 SpOrt WeatPer Iain Menu