P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:07/10 CRC IX  V@ 1/19   PERU (29/10/9m) 1/4 For identification purposes visitors are strongly advised to carry their passports with tPem at all times. The ceasefire along tPe border with Ecuador remains in place but the situation is still sensitive and travellers should exercise discretion in the area. TaVing photograpPs@in any of the towns near the border may cause problems for travellers. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 0 Mar 20:03/20     sju 2/19   PERU (29/10/96) 2/4 There is no reason why travelleps should not continue to visit Lima, Lake Titicaca, Macc@u Pic@u, usco, Areqaipa Muggings and street crim— are common. Remail alErt at aLH tiEes. Ar-ed robbery is a possibility. Parts of tPe interior are still prone to terrorist violence and attack. The coastal strip away from the border with Ecuador) and the cities of quitos, ajamapca and Arequipa are relatively safe. Street crime in Cusco and ot@er tourists centres has risen. Travel h—adlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue p4 Mar 2p:07/12     3/19   PERU (29/10/95) 3/4 TPe police@force in@Cusco has been strengtPened as a result of@a major increase in car hijackings, robberies and muggings. Additio.al police have been stationed in MaccPu PiccPu, Ollantaytambo and otPer tourist@sites around Cusco. -isitors@should@stAy@im groups, carry tPeir passports and travel, if possible, only by air, rail or reputable bus companies. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/11     4/19   PERU (29/10/9$) 4/4 Do not trafel by road outside Hajor cities after dark. When travelling within towns, single travellers should consider using private taxi companies (where t@ey exist) or be on their guard when using cruising taxies. Detaile— advice is available from the British Hbasry, LiIA. Tel 3c- 738 or 33- 839. Travel headlin—s 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 20:10/02     4/19   P U ( 9/10 8m) 4/$ Do not travel by road outside major cities after dark. travellers should consider using private taxi companies (w@ere t@ey Axist) or be on tPeAr g—ap— wPen using cruisinF taxies. DetAiHe@ advice hs avAihablE froI t@E British mbassy, Lima. Tel 33-4738 or 829 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P484 C EFAX 2 484 Tue 0 Har 20:00/22     5/19   HI I PIN (17/12/9$) 1/5 Be vigilant throug@out t@e Philippines. Avoid travel off t@e beaten track. Typhoons strike the Philippineq betwean July and December. EarthquaCes & volcanic eruptions may occur at any time. Volcanic danger zones are in force around Mounts Pinatubo (10km), Mayon $CH) and Bulusan ( kH). Foreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 Tpavel @eadlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 C EFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/02  3k  @ 'k  6/19 ££"£££" ££  PHILIPPINES (17/12/96) 2/5 With tPe onset of tPe rainy season in July there is a risk that certain areas (eg Pampagna) will be inundated with "Lahar", a mixture of mud and nOlcanic lava/debris. Roads rapidly become impassable and t@ere is a risk tPat travel from Metro Ianila to t@e central & northern parts of Luzon will be adversely affected for several months, possibly until the end of tPe year. Doreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 20:01/00     7/19   PHILHPPINES (17/12/9$) 3/5 Criminal violence can be a problem. -isitors are rarely targetted but a British citizen was murdered in May 1996 on the island of Mindoro. Political insurgency still continues at a low level in the more remote parts of North and South Luzon, the Visayas and Min—anao. Foreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 0 Har p:0)/00     sju 8/19   HI @ P N (17/12 9$) 4/ TaBe particular care w@en visiting Westerl Hin@anao wPere t@ere have been attacks in public places and when travelling to t@e mainland provinces of Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Sultan a@—rat, ANao @jH NOrte —N@ NOrt@ Cotabato. Adoi— tPe islands south west of Iindaneo, where tPere has been sporadic eighting. Foreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 Tpavel headli.es 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weath—r Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:07/14     9/19   PHILIPPINES (17/12/96) 5/5 Travellers to tPe PPilippines@wPose journey will involve overflight of AegPanistan, sPould be aware of threats from military activity to civil aircraft overflying Afghanistan on routes .mm8, A4.6, G2p2 and V848. Some airlines continue to use these routes. OtPers, including all British carriers, use alternative routes V876 and V500 on wPich tPe threat is assessed as minimal. Travellers should check direct eitPer wUth travel agents or airlines, wPich routes individual airlines are using. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:03/01    S 10/19   POLAND X28/11/96) There is a serious risk of robbery at stations and on trains, particularly international services. Passengers are most at risk while boarding. Keep jewellery, watches, cameras, passports and wallets and purses out of sight. Do not leave the compartment unattended. Vehicles should not be left unattended when belongings are inside. Those visiting forest areas are adviseh to seek Zedical advice@about inoculations for tic+-borne encepPalitis. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/04     11/19   R HAM A (7/1 97) .isitors s@ould beware of pickpockets and bag-snatchers in all crowded areas, particularly on buses and at the main railway stations. EoreigN ffice TrAvel 0171 238 4503/4 Tpavel @eadlin—s 430 Fpont pag— 100 FCO 00 port WeatPer IAin He.u
P484 E AX 2 48$ Tue p) Har p:00/01     12/19   RUSS A (30/12/96) 1/3 .isitors P—st capry ID at all times. The C@ec@en jpublic T@e Rusrian Federation cannot guarantee the safety of foreign nationals. Travellers are strolgly advise— not to —nter this region.  North Orsetia and Ingushetia The CO advises against travel to parts of North Orsetia —ast of t@e capital -ladikav+az and to parts of Ingushetia bor@ering it, w@ere tension is hi£h. Cross border traffic with Geor'ia and Az—rbaijan is subject to restrictions. Travel headlin—s 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/04  3k    13/19 "C££"£££"C £ £££ ££££££££ £££££££££ USS A (30/12/9$) 2/3 Mugging, tPeft and pickpocketing occur in all cities, especially in Moscow and St Petersburg. Be vigilant; dress down. Be particularly wary in Moscow of young vagrants. Keep jewellery, watches and cameras out of sight. Use officiallyJHarke— taxis and do not s@are with strangers. On trains, store valuables in the compartment under the bed/seat. Do not leave tPe compartment empty. Secure the door from inside with wire or cord. Do not accept food or drink from strangers — it Zay be drugged. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/23     14/19   RUSSIA (30/12/96) 3/3 Russian criUinal gangs operate in major cities and this can occasionally result in violence between rival gangs. This violence is not directed against eoreigners, but in February 1996 a shooting incident resulted in the death of a British businessman. It is not known wPetPer aircraft Zaintenace procedures are always properly observed. Where possible fly direct to your eestination on a scPeduleh international flight originating outside Russia. TraveZ Peadlines 430 Front page 1p0 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/01     sju 15/19 "C££"£££"CC£  £££££££££££££££££ RWANDA (14/2/97) 1/2 The Foreign Office advise against all but essential travel to Rwanda. Security is extremely fragile particularly in the west of the country wPere six expatriates have been killed in the period since mid January. The police and t@e judicial systems Have y—t to be fully restored. Many Yilitapy road —lockr —xist on all Hajor roads. Do not travel off asphalt roads because@of undetected lan— mines. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/01     16/19   RWANDA (14/2/97) 2/2 T@ere is a resident British Embassy in Kigali, tPe capital, but it can provide only limited emergency consular services or protection. A visa Zust be obtAined in advance if travel is necessary. In case of emergency contact the Britis@ Hbasry on 50 84098/85771/ 85773. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weat@er Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:03/19 CC  /j@$kj $kj@'k @CV[@ 17/19 /"£££"£££"£££  SA+DI ARAB A X28/01/97) There is no information about specific tPteats to British interests in Saudi Arabia but the possibility of terrorist incidents cannot be ruled out. High profile British organisations in Saudi Arabia continue to exercise a high degree of vigilance. There is no reason for anyone to alter tPeir travel plans to Saudi Arabia. Eor furtPer information contact tPe British embassy in Riyadh Tel: 488 p077 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 20:00/18     18/19   SENEGAL 20/01/97) @ere @As beel an increare in H—gFings and attacks on foreigners in Dakar and t@— surrounding area. Visitors should be vigilant and avoid carrying valuables in public. The Casamance region of Southern Se.egal is currently calm but t@is could c@ange at any time. Keep to tPe main roads and avoid travel at night. Foreign Office Travel 0171 238 4503/4 Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu
P484 CEEFAX 2 484 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/10  3k   'k  19/19 ££"£££" ££  S $A L ONE (26/2/97) Although a ceasefire between the RUF and t@e Government of Sierra Leone was signed on 30 November 1994, t@e security situation in the Provinces remains uncertain. Driving to provincial centres may be possible but taBe local advice. There has been an increase in incidents of armed robb—ry in the last $ HontPs. TaBe normal safety Heasures. -isitors s@oul— register and c@eck with the British High Commission, reetown, tel: 232961, 232360, 232563-5 —efore trAfelling outside t@e Freetown Peninsula. Travel headlines 430 Front page 100 FCO 11 Sport Weather Main Menu