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Asia & the Pacific: Further hostile rhetoric, provocative actions likely amid tensions on Korean peninsula
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:35:37 EST
North Korea's state-run news agency on 9 August said that the military was examining plans to strike areas around Guam (US) with medium-to-long-range strategic ballistic missiles. The threat was allegedly made in reaction to manoeuvres on 8 August by US B-1B bombers and Japanese and South Korean aircraft over the Korean peninsula; the bombers flew from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam. The North Korean threat also coincided with a statement from US president Donald Trump threatening that North Korea would ‘face fire and fury like the world has never seen'. While the developments portend escalating tensions, travel to South Korea and Guam can continue. Members should continue to defer travel to North Korea.
Australia: Melbourne: Further protests by taxi drivers at airport possible; allow additional time for journeys
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 22:05:01 EST
Members using Melbourne Airport (MEL, Victoria state) on 16 August should allow additional time for journeys to and from the facility as a precaution due to the potential for protests by taxi drivers. The latter blocked the main entrance to airport terminals late on 15 August to protest against a decision to formally allow ride-sharing service Uber to provide services at the facility from 16 August. Traffic normalised after the taxi drivers lifted their blockade at around 22.45 (local time). However, they have threatened to further block access to the airport.
Bangladesh: Avoid protests on 16-17 August due to potential clashes between rival political supporters
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:09:29 EST
Members in the country on 16-17 August should expect and avoid demonstrations by the Jatiyatabadi Ainjibi Forum (JAF), a lawyers' group allied to the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). The group plans to protest at bar association offices nationwide to demand the resignation and arrest of Chairman of the Law Commission ABM Khairul Haque following his remarks on the Supreme Court verdict on a constitutional amendment. Lawyers affiliated to the ruling Awami League (AL) party have announced plans to stage counter-demonstrations at bar associations.
Bangladesh: Security incident in Dhaka underlines persistent threat of terrorism, need for heightened caution
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 03:41:09 EST
Members should exercise heightened caution, maintain a low profile and minimise time spent around potential targets after a militant was killed on 15 August when he detonated his suicide vest during a security force raid on the room where he was hiding in the Panthapath area of the capital Dhaka. The authorities believe he was planning to attack the main National Mourning Day procession being held at Bangabandhu Memorial Museum. The foiled plot underlines the persistent threat of terrorism in the country, including Dhaka.
Burkina Faso: Ouagadougou: Continue to expect heightened security following terrorist attack
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 00:09:34 EST
Members in the capital Ouagadougou can continue to expect a heightened security force presence following a terrorist attack overnight on 13-14 August in the city centre. Gunmen had opened fire on theAziz Istanbul restaurant on Avenue Nkwame Nkrumah, killing 18 people - including foreign nationals - and injuring 22 others. While security operations are over and the route has reopened to traffic, security remains tight near the site of the attack.Travel to Burkina Faso can continue.
Chile: Avoid protests linked to nationwide teachers' strike on 17 August
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:08:20 EST
Members should anticipate disruption on 17 August during a national 24-hour strike by teachers and college professors over educational reforms and pension debt. Marches in regional capitals are likely to mean large crowds on major roadways. In the capital Santiago, a rally is being organised along Avenida Libertador General Bernado O'Higgins (also known as La Alameda).
Côte d'Ivoire: Urban centres: Avoid rallies by student union on 16 August
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:10:52 EST
Members in major urban centres on 16 August should avoid all student protests due to the risk of unrest. Demonstrations are scheduled in the capital Yamoussoukro, the commercial capital Abidjan (Abidjan district), Man (Montagnes district), Bouake(Vallee du Bandama district), Aboisso (Comoe district), Korhogo (Savanes district), Abengourou (Comoe district), Divo, Gagnoa and Lakota (all Goh-Djiboua district). They have been called by the Student Federation of Cote d'Ivoire (FESCI) over the rehabilitation of housing structures, amid other grievances. No exact details on times and locations are yet available.
Dominican Republic: Espaillat, Peravia provinces: Avoid civic group's rallies on 16 August in Moca, on 20 August in Bani
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 20:43:46 EST
Members should avoid anti-corruption rallies by the Marcha Verde civic group on 16 August in Moca (Espaillat province) and on 20 August in Bani (Peravia province). The march in Moca will be held at 10.00 (local time) from the intersection of Ramon Caceres highway and Sabana Larga to the corner of Sanchez Ramirez and Jose Inocencio Reyes streets, via various parts of the city. In Bani, activists will gather at 09.00 at Parque Marcos A Cabral and march through some areas of the town, before proceeding to the Punta Catalina thermoelectric power plant via Carretera Sanchez.
Ethiopia: Amhara region: Further grenade attack in Bahir Dar underlines need for heightened vigilance
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 12:12:27 EST
At least two people were injured on 12 August when a grenade or other explosive device was thrown into a cafe in central Bahir Dar (Amhara region). The security forces reportedly arrested several suspects two days later. This was the latest in sporadic series of such attacks in Amhara region this year, including a bombing on 6 August that caused no casualties. Despite the infrequent nature of such attacks, members should exercise heightened vigilance in public areas, and ensure that their chosen accommodation has suitable security measures.
India: Maintain flexible itineraries, reconfirm feasibility of journeys in areas affected by severe flooding caused by monsoon rain
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:25:12 EST
Members in the country should maintain flexible itineraries and reconfirm the feasibility of journeys in areas affected by severe flooding caused by monsoon rain; the monsoon season is expected to last until September. In recent days, severe floods have been reported in multiple states, particularly in Asom (Assam), Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Tripura, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal; landslides have occurred in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand states. Intermittent travel disruption on major highways passing through these states can be expected. However, disruption in major cities has been limited thus far.
Indonesia: Expect heightened security, disruption around Independence Day events on 17 August
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:12:03 EST
Members should anticipate heightened security and related disruption on 17 August when Indonesia celebrates its Independence Day. The authorities have promised increased security measures after apparently uncovering and foiling a terrorist plot by an Islamic State (IS) linked local group on the day's celebrations. The group had reportedly planned to attack security personnel during events. While no specific details of the day's festivities have been announced, the main celebration normally takes place at the Merdeka Palace (locally known as Istana Merdeka) on Jalan Medan Merdeka Utara in the capital Jakarta.
Indonesia: Foiled plot, arrest of suspects underline persistent risks posed by terrorism, need for heightened vigilance
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 03:27:53 EST
Counter-terrorism police late on 15 August arrested five suspected militants and recovered bomb-making materials during a raid in Bandung (West Java province). The suspects, who have been linked to the Islamic State (IS) extremist group, wereallegedly planning attacks this month on the Istana Negara (presidential palace) in the capital Jakarta and the Mobile Brigade Corps (Brimob) headquarters in Depok city (West Java). The plot, foiled two days before the country's Independence Day on 17 August (see our separate report on the event), highlights the persistent risks posed by militancy. Travellers should remain vigilant in public places and for suspicious persons or packages.
Kenya: Opposition announces legal challenge to election outcome; continue to exercise caution amid persistent tensions
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 12:01:54 EST
The opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) says it will challenge the outcome of the 8 August election in the Supreme Court, reversing its earlier position on legal action. NASA leader Raila Odinga announced the move on 16 August, days after losing the presidential race to incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta of the Jubilee Party of Kenya (JPK). NASA claims fraud around the 'computer-generated' results, and that Odinga is the real winner. It must present its evidence to the court by 22 August, with a ruling expected on 5 September. This legal move could limit any potential for further unrest. However, travellers should continue to monitor developments, as post-electoral tensions persist.
Kenya: Garissa county: Roadside attack on police highlights persistent militant threat along Somali border
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 09:23:15 EST
Five police officers were killed and two injured during an attack by suspected members of the al-Shabab Islamist extremist group in Ijara sub-county (Garissa county). The authorities have confirmed that the policemen were ambushed by the assailants. This attack follows several similar incidents that took place in Lamu and Garissa counties in recent months. The attack underscores the credible militant threat in HIGH risk counties bordering Somalia. Members should continue to avoid all non-business critical travel to Lamu, Mandera, Garissa and Wajir.
Liberia: Monrovia: Opposition to launch presidential campaign with rally on 19 August; expect heightened security, potential disruption
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 07:29:07 EST
Members in the capital Monrovia on 19 August should avoid the vicinity of a rally to launch the main opposition party's campaign for the 10 October presidential election. The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) gathering will start at 08.00 (local time) in front of the party's headquarters on Tubman Boulevard (see map), one mile (1.6km) south of the secondary James Spriggs Payne Airport (MLW). Politician and retired professional footballer George Weah is the party's candidate. Recent CDC rallies have attracted thousands of supporters.
Mali: Bamako, urban centres: Avoid possible opposition protests from 19 August related to controversial constitutional reforms
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 23:39:55 EST
Members in the capital Bamako and other urban centresshould monitor developments and avoid possible protests over controversial proposed constitutional reforms. An ultimatum from the 'Ante A Bana' ('Don't Touch My Constitution') coalition to President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita to withdraw the referendum expired on15 August, though the group has given him three additional days to do so. A related protest organised by the movement will take place at 09.00 (local time) on 19 August from Place de l'Independance to the National Assembly in Bamako. The group is threatening civil disobedience if the president refuses to withdraw the reform project.
Mali: Mopti, Timbuktu regions: Fresh attacks on peacekeepers underscore risks from Islamist militancy
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 06:32:45 EST
Members are reminded of the need to avoid all travel to central and northern desert regions of Mali after two attacks on UN workers in Douenza (Mopti region) and Timbuktu (Timbuktu region) on 14 August. Unidentified gunmen opened fire on a patrol in Douenza early on the day, killing a UN peacekeeper and a Malian soldier. A separate attack on a UN base in Timbuktu resulted in seven fatalities, including five Malian security guards, a civilian and a gendarme. A nationwide state of emergency imposed in 2015 has been extended until at least 31 October 2017, in a bid to quell Islamist attacks.
Myanmar: Flu activity
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 04:09:51 EST
Latest update: increased cases; ongoing risk.Cases of seasonal human influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 have been reported. Seasonal influenza is a viral illness, causing a sudden fever, cough, headache, weakness and muscular pains. Most cases are mild although some can be severe or even fatal. Pregnant women, adults over 65 and young children are at higher risk of severe illness. Prevention against influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 is through seasonal flu vaccination and paying attention to hygiene. In July there was an outbreak of bird flu H5N1 in birds, the risk to travellers is low. People who have direct contact with infected poultry are at risk. Bird flu H5N1 does not spread readily from one person to another. Prevention against bird flu H5N1 is through avoiding contact with poultry and their environment, and paying attention to hygiene. International SOS is monitoring the situation closely and is updating this alert as more information becomes available.
Myanmar: Rakhine state: Expect, avoid further protests by Buddhist hardliners amid continued communal tensions
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 06:53:31 EST
Members in Rakhine state should expect further demonstrations by Buddhist hardliners calling for the government to implement citizenship exams for ethnic-Rohingya Muslims, expel all international aid organisations and form armed militias of local residents. Hundreds of people joined protests over the issues on 13 August across Rakhine, including its capital Sittwe; they have promised more until their demands are met. Members should liaise with local contacts for information on any planned rallies and avoid all gatherings as a standard precaution.
Nigeria: Abuja: Demonstrations over president's absence to subside following suspension of protest activity
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 10:51:11 EST
Members in the capital Abuja should expect demonstrations over President Muhammadu Buhari's protracted medical leave in the UK to subside after organisers on 16 August temporarily suspended their protest activity. Rallies were taking place daily on the city's Unity Fountain, with unrest reported on 15 August when anti-Buhari protesters marched from this location to the Wuse Market area. Demonstrators were calling for Buhari, who has been in London (UK) on medical leave since 7 May, to either resume his duties or resign.
Nigeria: Borno state: Islamist militant attacks underline EXTREME travel risks, need to defer all travel (Revised)
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 20:25:32 EST
At least 27 people were killed and around 83 others were injured in multiple attacks by suicide bombers suspected of belonging to the Boko Haram Islamist militant group on 15 August. The first attack occurred at around 17.00 (local time) in a market in Konduga town, around 20 miles (32km) south-east of Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state. At around the same time, two other suicide bombers attacked a nearby camp for internally displaced people. These attacks underline the need to avoid all travel to Borno.
Pakistan: Lahore: Expect, avoid opposition protests on 16 August on Mall Road
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:00:40 EST
Members in Lahore, the capital of Punjab province, on 16 August should expect and avoid protests by the opposition Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) party due to the risk of localised unrest and to minimise travel delays. Lahore High Court on 15 August barred the party from holding a scheduled sit-in protest on 16 August at Istanbul Chowk on Mall Road. However, the final verdict on the permission for the planned gathering will be issued after 9.00 (local time) on 16 August. Additionally, the authorities have imposed prohibitory orders (Section 144) along Mall Road banning assembly of five or more people.
Papua New Guinea: Closely monitor developments following court order upholding arrest warrant for incumbent prime minister
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:37:15 EST
Members should monitor developments closely after the National Court on 8 August rejected an appeal to review an arrest warrant for incumbent Prime Minister Peter O'Neill; the warrant was issued in June 2014 over corruption charges. Despite rumours of O'Neill's arrest on 10 August, the International SOS and Control Risks team in the capital Port Moresby have confirmed that he has not been arrested and is being questioned by anti-corruption officials. O'Neill on 9 August stated that he respects the court's decision and plans to appeal the ruling again. Members should continue to exercise stringent precautions.
Philippines: Davao City: Anticipate heightened security, travel disruption during annual festival until 21 August
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 21:36:01 EST
Members in Davao City (Davao region, Mindanao island) until 21 August should anticipate heightened security measures and travel disruption during the city's annual Kadayawan festival. The festival will be followed by other celebratory events, including street parades. The event's organisers have said that they are expecting participation of more than 165,000 tourists despite an ongoing martial law on Mindanao. Heightened security measures, including deployment of additional police officers, will be implemented to prevent threats of terrorism and crime during the festival. The authorities have said that visitors will be discouraged to carry backpacks and wear face-covering veils for the duration of the event.
Philippines: Martial law on Mindanao island extended until end of year; continue to follow all official directives
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:30:57 EST
Members in or travelling to Mindanao should continue to monitor developments and follow official directives as martial law will remain in place over the island until at least 31 December.Continued checkpoints, vehicle searches, short-notice curfews and restrictions on movement should be expected, particularly in urban centres. All journeys to south-western Mindanao should be for essential purposes only; travel to Marawi city (Lanao del Sur province) should be deferred, and travel to Basilan and the Sulu archipelago avoided due to the risks posed by insurgent and criminal activity.
Serbia: Belgrade: Exercise caution during football match on 17 August at Partizan Stadium
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 10:34:09 EST
Members in the capital Belgrade on 17 August should exercise caution around a controversial football match at Partizan Stadium. The game, set to kick off at 20.00 (local time), will be played without spectators following several disruptive incidents at past games, including the use of fireworks. Fans may therefore congregate outside the stadium during the match between home side Partizan Belgrade and Hungarian team Videoton, or at other entertainment venues in the city. Associated scuffles with the police in any of these locations would pose incidental risks to travellers.
Sierra Leone: Freetown, environs: Anticipate continued road travel disruption following major mudslides, flooding
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:21:14 EST
Members in the capital Freetown and the surroundingWestern Area Rural Districtshould plan road journeys accounting for continued disruption following major mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rains overnight on 13-14 August. The capital'sKissy Brookand Dworzak Farm are among the worst affected areas. Additionally, a landslide swept down Sugar Loaf mountain early on 14 August and struck theRegentarea, 15 miles (24km) south of Freetown, killing nearly 400 people. Hundreds of others remain missing, while a total of 9,000 people have been impacted by the severe weather. An emergency warning remains in place in the area and rescue operations are ongoing.
South Africa: Pretoria: Expect significant traffic disruption due to ongoing taxi strike; maintain flexible itineraries
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 01:50:23 EST
Members in Pretoria (Gauteng province) on 16 August should expect significant traffic disruption due to an ongoing strike by minibus taxi drivers in several suburbs of the city, including the low-income Mabopane, Shoshanguve and Mamelodi areas. The drivers are demanding that the authorities write off their existing traffic fines, which reportedly prevent them from renewing their driver's licence. The demonstrators are expected to march to Tshawane house (the city council) in the central business district (CBD) to deliver a memorandum to the authorities. Traffic congestion should be expected in adjacent areas.
Spain: Anticipate, avoid further anti-tourism protests in coming weeks; exercise caution
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:15:18 EST
Members in or travelling to Spain should anticipate and avoid further protests against the tourism industry in the coming weeks. In San Sebastian (Basque Country autonomous community), anti-capitalist groups will stage a related rally on 17 August, coinciding with the end of the Semana Grande Donostiarra festival. Protesters claim the tourism industry is responsible for low wages and lack of affordable housing. Further demonstrations are likely during peak tourist season, particularly in Barcelona (Catalonia autonomous community), Valencia (Valencia autonomous community) and the Balearic island of Mallorca.
Spain: Barcelona: Allow additional time for airport formalities at El Prat Airport due to ongoing strike (Revised)
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:17:24 EST
Members using El Prat Airport (BCN) in Barcelona (Catalonia autonomous region) in the coming days should allow additional time to complete airport formalities due to an ongoing strike by security staff. The industrial action, which commenced on 14 August, is being observed over salary and other grievances. The authorities have deployed Civil Guard staffs to the airport, and the measure has so far substantially mitigated the effect of the strike. However, long queues and associated delays can be expected during the industrial action.
Sri Lanka: Increased dengue fever
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 13:59:39 EST
Latest update: over 130,000 cases.The number of dengue fever cases continues to increaseacross the country, with the Western Province heavily affected. Fatalities have been reported. The disease is spread by mosquitoes and is present in both rural and urban or city areas. Dengue can cause a range of symptoms and has no particular treatment. Some people, especially those who have been infected before, get a more severe form of disease that can lead to fatal complications. Although a vaccine has been developed, it is only available in a small number of countries and is not recommended for travellers. Prevent infection by avoiding mosquito bites.
Syria: Polio cases
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 05:03:57 EST
Latest update: increased cases; a new governorate affected. At least 33 cases of polio have been confirmed from Deir-Al-Zour, Homs and Raqqa Governorates due to a strain of "circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus" (cVDPV), which can emerge in under-vaccinated populations. Cases of wild polio virus have not been recorded in the country since 2013-2014. Polio is a contagious viral illness that causes paralysis and death. The infection is spread through ingestion of contaminated food or water, or directly from an infected person.
Turkey: Istanbul: Heavy rainfall expected on 16-17 August; maintain flexible itineraries
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:28:55 EST
Members in or travelling to the commercial capital Istanbul (Istanbul province) on 16-17 August should expect travel disruption and maintain flexible itineraries due to forecast heavy rainfall. Previously on 18 July, heavy rain caused several roads to be flooded, including parts of the E5 highway and the entrance to the Eurasia Tunnel. The anticipated adverse weather could also impact flights at the Istanbul Ataturk Airport (IST) at short notice; members should reconfirm the status of flights before setting out to minimise inconvenience.
Turkey: Izmir: Avoid gatherings by opposition party, anticipate heightened security in coming days
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 01:25:49 EST
Members in or travelling to Izmir (Izmir province) in the coming days should avoid all gatherings organised by the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) as part of its ongoing ‘Democracy Struggle Plan'. HDP kicked off its week-long series of ‘conscience and justice watch' gatherings on 15 August at Gundogdu Square. The event, held amid tight security, passed off peacefully. Similar gatherings will be held in Izmir until 20 August.
Turkey: Security operation in Adana province, foiled terror plot highlight threat posed by militancy
Wed, 16 Aug 2017 02:25:47 EST
The security forces in Adana province on 15 August announced that they had foiled an attack by the outlawed militant Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). According to local reports, a series of raids on 30 different locations in the Cukurova, Seyhan and Yuregir districts revealed that the PKK had been planning an attack in the capital Ankara to coincide with the 15 August anniversary of the group's first armed attack. Police uniforms, explosives, guns, and ammunition were seized during the raids, underscoring the persistent threat of militancy in Turkey.
Turkmenistan: Ashgabat: Book taxis in advance due to car free day on 17 August
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:13:40 EST
Members in the capital Ashgabat on 17 August should book taxis well in advance due to likely increased demand caused by a car free day. The measure, which will be in place between 07.00 and 19.00 (local time), will not affect taxis and public transport. The ban has been announced to mark the 30-day countdown to the Asian Indoor and Martial Games, which will be held on 17-27 September in the capital. A similar ban on 29 July caused shortages of taxis throughout the city.
United Kingdom: Reconfirm British Airways flights as cabin crew strike continues to 30 August (Revised)
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:02:30 EST
Members due to travel with national carrier British Airways (BA) in August should reconfirm their flights, as striking cabin crew continue their rolling industrial action. 'Mixed-fleet' staff, representing around 35% of BA cabin crew, have been staging work stoppages since early July. The most recent strike, part of a long-running pay dispute, had been due to conclude on 15 August. However, the stoppage will now run another fortnight from 16 to 30 August. BA has said it will ensure its customers reach their destinations while the strikes are under way. Some long-haul routes will be with a different carrier during these periods.
United States: New York City: Avoid possible protests, expect disruption near Trump Tower until 16 August during president's visit
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:34:00 EST
Members in New York City (New York state) until 16 August should expect and avoid protests, as well as anticipate disruption, in the vicinity of Trump Tower in Midtown (Manhattan borough) associated with a planned visit by President Donald Trump. Planned street closures for security purposes include 58th Street from 6th Avenue to Madison Avenue, and 55th Street from 5th Avenue to Madison Avenue. The 56th Street from 6th Avenue to 5th Avenue will have managed access to vehicular traffic during the president's stay. There is also a risk of localised disruption as thousands of protesters are expected to gather in the vicinity of Trump Tower intermittently in the coming days.
United States: Urban centres: Anticipate, avoid anti-racism demonstrations following unrest in Charlottesville (Virginia)
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:23:32 EST
Members in urban centres over the coming days should anticipate localised travel disruption and avoid planned anti-racism demonstrations and vigils for the casualties incurred during the 12 August demonstrations in Charlottesville (Virginia state). Demonstrators in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania state) on 16 August plan to march from the Congregation Rodeph Shalom to the Arch Street United Methodist Church between 19.00 and 21.00 (local time). On 19 August, a related march from Congo Square to Jackson Square will be held in New Orleans (Louisiana state), while activists in Boston (Massachusetts state) plan to gather on Boston Common from 10.00 until 17.30.
Zambia: Lusaka: Opposition leader's trial adjourned until 16 August; anticipate heightened security force presence, avoid potential gatherings
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:06:27 EST
The trial of opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema commenced on 14 August at the capital Lusaka's High Court. Hichilema pleaded not guilty to treason charges, and the proceedings were adjourned until 09.00 (local time) on 16 August. Given the high-profile nature of the case, opposition supporters may gather outside the court during hearings, while a heavy security force presence should be expected at such times. Members in Lusaka should anticipate localised disruption, and avoid political gatherings as a basic precaution.
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