British Government Travel Warnings
Updated on Monday, December 9th, 2013
Travel advice and warnings from the British Government on international travel destinations.
- South Africa
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- Hong Kong
- St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
Summary: series of strikes involving local police forces in a number of Argentine Provinces since beginning of December.
Latest update: Summary and Safety and Security section - Nelson Mandela funeral arrangements
Latest update: Safety and security section - tribal clashes in the Marsabit county in December 2013
Latest update: Safety and security section -removal of reference to elections.
Latest update: Removal of reference to demonstrations on 9 December
Latest update: Summary – countrywide blockade from 7 to 13 December
Latest update: Summary/Terrorism - amendment to number of people dead following attack on MOD Hospital in Bab Al-Yaman.
Latest update: Summary – Shooting in Benghazi 5 December
Latest update: Health section - outbreaks of acute watery diarrhoeal syndrome
Latest update: Money section - ATMs
Latest update: minor amendment to the Terrorism section
Latest update: Editorial amendment to the Political situation section; Terrorism section – bomb attacks
Latest update: Health section - an outbreak of dengue fever has been reported in Dire Dawa City
Latest update: Summary - protests in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap
Latest update: Health section - common illnesses in Congo
Latest update: Minor amendment to the Health section
Latest update: Health section - first case of avian influenza A (H7N9) in Hong Kong
Latest update: Summary – removal of emergency contact details
Latest update: Summary – football World Cup
Latest update: Safety and security, Local travel, Tristan da Cunha section - hiking up the Base or to St Mary’s Peak; Tristan da Cunha section - only hard currency accepted