Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Where is it not safe for Americans?


This is a follow-up to the last post. If tourists aren't safe in these countries, someone directly connected to the US government sure as hell isn't safe.
Travel Warnings are issued when the State Department recommends that Americans avoid a certain country. The countries listed below are currently on that list. In addition to this list, the State Department issues Consular Information Sheets for every country of the world with information on such matters as the health conditions, crime, unusual currency or entry requirements, any areas of instability, and the location of the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate in the subject country.

Algeria 12/23/2007
Saudi Arabia 12/19/2007
Burundi 12/10/2007
Côte d'Ivoire 12/05/2007
Eritrea 11/14/2007
Somalia 11/13/2007
Nigeria 10/30/2007
Uzbekistan 10/25/2007
Sri Lanka 10/19/2007
Kenya 10/18/2007
Lebanon 10/17/2007
Indonesia 10/05/2007
Yemen 09/24/2007
Nepal 09/24/2007
Pakistan 09/21/2007
Syria 09/18/2007
Timor-Leste 09/12/2007
Sudan 09/06/2007
Haiti 08/31/2007
Central African Republic 08/09/2007
Iraq 07/23/2007
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza 07/13/2007
Chad 06/11/2007
Colombia 06/04/2007
Iran 05/31/2007
Philippines 04/27/2007
Congo, Democratic Republic of the 04/24/2007
Afghanistan 04/04/2007

Won't say which, but I'm a permanent resident of one of those countries.

Or I'm lying through my teeth.

No, not Côte d'Ivoire. That's a joke. Or is it? Hmmm.

Ya never know with the internets tubes.

Via US Department of State.

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