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Malaysia: Latest arrests of suspected militants highlight counter-terrorism capabilities, need for vigilance - The authorities on 21 September confirmed the arrest of seven suspected members of the extremist Islamic State (IS)-linked Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG), which has strongholds in the Sulu archipelago in southern Philippines. The suspects ? all of whom are Philippine nationals ? were detained during raids on 14 September in the capital Kuala Lumpur and Selangor state. While the development underlines the security forces' strong counter-terrorism capabilities, members should remain alert to their surroundings and report any suspicious behaviour or items to the authorities.
Worldwide travel: Exercise heightened caution on September 21-30 in lead up to Ashura due to risk of unrest, militancy - Members in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia in the coming weeks should anticipate heightened security during the first ten days of Muharram (the first month of the Islamic calendar), which begins on 21 September and especially on Ashura, 30 September. Gatherings for Ashura take place daily during the first nine days of Muharram and culminate in mass processions on the day itself. Commemorative events and associated risks differ from country to country; however, there is a precedent for militant attacks against Shia Muslim religious sites in both Afghanistan and Iraq.
Spain: Catalonia: Expect, avoid further protests over independence vote, arrests of regional officials - Members in Catalonia autonomous region, especially the regional capital Barcelona, in the coming days should expect and avoid further rallies over a controversial referendum on 1 October on Catalan independence from Spain. Pro-independence activists have called for a demonstration on 21 September around 12.00 (local time) near the High Court of Justice of Catalonia on Barcelona's Passeig de Lluis Companys. Tens of thousands of protesters took to the city's streets on 20 September, after at least 12 Catalan regional officials were arrested over the independence vote, which has been declared illegal by Spain's government and constitutional court.
South Africa: Johannesburg: Avoid ongoing protest near Luthuli House in city centre; reconfirm status of routes - Members in Johannesburg (Gauteng province) on 21 September should avoid an ongoing protest near Luthuli House in the central business district (CBD). Reports indicate that emergency service workers have marched to the building, which serves as the headquarters for the ruling African National Congress party, to hand over a memorandum over payment-related issues. Members intending to travel through the CBD should reconfirm the status of routes prior to departure.
United States: North-eastern states: Disruption possible during passage of Tropical Storm Jose; maintain flexible itineraries - Members in the north-eastern coastal region over the coming days should maintain flexible itineraries to account for any disruption related to the passage of Tropical Storm Jose. According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), as of 23.00 (local time) on 20 September, Jose was located 150 miles (245km) south-east of Nantucket (Massachusetts state). The NHC has said that the storm is expected to hover around the region over the next few days and will gradually lose intensity during the next couple of days. Jose is not currently forecast to make landfall in the region.
Guinea: Conakry: Avoid upcoming opposition protests due to credible risk of unrest (Revised) - Members in the capital Conakry should avoid upcoming protests by the opposition Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (UFDG) party due to a credible risk of violence. Opposition supporters on 27 September will march from the Tannerie shopping centre to Stade du 28 Septembre. The party has also called for 'dead city' protests on 21 and 28 September. The protests have been called over various grievances, including lengthy delays in holding local elections and President Alpha Conde's alleged intent to seek a third term. Localised clashes occurred on 20 September near the city's Hamdallaye roundabout during a rally.
Togo: Lome, urban centres: Avoid anti-government protests on 21 September due to potential for unrest (Revised) - Members in urban centres, including the capital Lome, should avoid anti-government protests on21 Septemberdue to the potential for unrest. Supporters of the ruling presidential party Union for the Republic (UNIR) will also hold rallies on the same day.Clashes between demonstrators and the security forces were reported on 20 September in Bafilo (Kara region) and Mango (Savanes region) with the latter using tear gas and live ammunition to disperse crowds; at least one person was killed in Mango. The demonstration in Lome passed off largely peacefully. The police are likely to continue using forceful methods to disperse protesters and bystanders could face incidental risks.
Guinea: Avoid non-essential movement in Kamsar due to credible risk of further unrest - Members should avoid non-essential movement in Kamsar(Boke region) due to the risk of further violent protests over power outages. Demonstrators overnight on 19-20 September blocked roads and train tracks; the security forces responded with tear gas. Previously on 16-17 September, protesters set alight vehicles and looted shops. At least one person has been killed and 43 others injured in the unrest. In Boke (Boke region), three people have been killed and 57 others injured in related unrest since 12 September.While the situation appears calmer in Boke, further episodes of violence cannot be ruled out. A heightened security presence remains in place in both cities.
Myanmar: Rakhine state: Defer non-essential travel to most areas due to increased communal tensions; continue to defer all travel to HIGH risk townships - Members should defer non-essential travel to most areas of Rakhine due to an increased potential for overt displays of hostility by locals towards foreigners; some segments of the local Buddhist population are wary of international organisations, journalists, NGOs, and - by extension - foreigners visiting the city, who may be perceived as biased towards ethnic-Rohingya Muslims. Communal tensions remain high across the state due to ongoing security operations against Rohingya militants in the northern townships; members should defer all travel to Maungdaw,Buthidaung, Rathedaung, Kyauktaw and Ponnagyun townships. Travel to Ngapali beach, which can be accessed via Thandwe Airport (SNW), can continue.
Bangladesh: Expect heightened security during Islamic holy month of Muharram from 21 September - Members in Bangladesh should expect heightened security during the Islamic holy month of Muharram which will commence on 21 September and conclude on 19 October. Shia Muslims hold gatherings and processions during this period to mourn the martyr Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Muslim prophet Muhammad. While Shia gatherings are held throughout the month, processions take place on the 9th and 10th days of Muharram, which falls on 30 September-1 October. The authorities are likely to deploy police reinforcements around processions, particularly in the capital Dhaka and Chittagong (Chittagong division). There is an increased risk of militant attacks and other sectarian violence during this period.
Pakistan: Expect increased security, higher risk of sectarian violence during Islamic holy month of Muharram from 21 September - Members travelling to Pakistan should expect heightened security nationwide during the Islamic holy month of Muharram, which commences on 21 September and concludes on19 October. All Shia Muslim processions and mosques should be strictly avoided due to the risks of terrorist attacks, clashes with Sunni Muslims and other sectarian violence. Members should expect high turnouts and tight security around processions, particularly in the capital Islamabad, Lahore (Punjab province), Karachi, Hyderabad, Jacobabad, Khairpur, Shikarpur and Sukkur (Sindh province), Peshawar (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province) and Quetta (Balochistan province).
India: Anticipate travel disruption, heightened security measures during religious festivals until October - Members should expect increased security measures, large crowds and traffic disruption in several parts of the country during various religious festivals until October. The major Hindu festivals of Navratri (21-30 September), Durga Puja (25-30 September), Dussehra (30 September) and the most widely celebrated Diwali (19 October) will be observed in most parts of the country during the period. Separately, Ashura on 1 October ? the tenth day of the Islamic holy month of Muharram when devotees mourn the killing of Imam Hussain, the Prophet Muhammad's grandson ? is also expected to attract large crowds.
Nepal: Expect disruption during religious festival on 21 September-5 October; reconfirm transport, accommodation bookings - Members in the country should expect an increased demand for transport and accommodation during the annual Hindu festival of Dashain, which will be celebrated on 21 September-5 October. Government offices, embassies, companies and banks, including those in the capital Kathmandu, will be closed during the festival. Members should reconfirm business appointments as well as transport and accommodation bookings. Travellers should also take precautions against petty and opportunistic crime, which typically increases during the festival period.
Philippines: Expect transport disruption during nationwide strikes on 21, 25-26 September - Members travelling to the Philippines should expect transport disruption on 21 and 25-26 September during strikes by the 'PISTON' and 'Stop and Go' transport groups. The strikes are likely to increase demand for taxis due to the limited availability or absence of 'jeepneys' (public transport trucks). Precedent indicates that the strikes may be accompanied by rallies and protests, though none have yet been announced. Members should monitor for protests and rallies in their area.
Europe & CIS: Reconfirm journeys following announcement of cancelled Ryanair flights over coming weeks (Revised) - Members should reconfirm planned journeys with air carrier Ryanair over the coming weeks following an announcement that many of its flights will be cancelled due to a miscalculation in pilots' holiday leave. At least 55 flights were cancelled on 19 September and around 40-60 flights will be cancelled daily over the next six weeks. Members due to travel with Ryanair should anticipate residual disruption over the coming weeks.
Kazakhstan: Astana: Reconfirm flights due to runway renovation work until 24 September - Members planning to use the capital Astana's Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport (TSE) should reconfirm flight schedules due to runway renovation work at the facility which will go on until 24 September. During this period, the airport will be closed to all flights daily from 10.00 to 16.00(local time). Airlines will either operate revised flight schedules or cancel flights; delays are also possible.
New Zealand: Auckland: Reconfirm flights, maintain flexible itineraries as airport fuel shortage set to cause further cancellations (Revised) - Members due to travel via Auckland Airport (AKL, North Island) in the coming week should reconfirm flights and maintain flexible itineraries after the shutdown of a damaged pipeline caused a jet fuel shortage at the facility. More than 40 international and domestic flights have been cancelled since 16 September. At least 2,000 passengers a day are likely to be affected while the shortage continues. National carrier Air New Zealand on 20 September relaxed restrictions on ticket sales, a day after this was implemented.
Philippines: Urban centres: Anticipate disruption, avoid pro-, anti-government protests, rallies on 21 September - Members in urban centres, including the capital Manila, on 21 September should avoid anti-government protests organised by the Movement against Tyranny. Activists are protesting against extrajudicial killings attributed to President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drugs campaign; they will also commemorate the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law by former president Ferdinand Marcos (in office 1965-86). A major gathering in Metro Manila will take place at Luneta Park (also known as Rizal Park) between 16.00 and 20.00 (local time); rallies will also be held at other locations (see map below). Members should expect heightened security and associated disruption on the day.
France: Paris, other cities: Anticipate transport disruption during labour reform strikes, protests from 21 September - Travellers in the capital Paris and other cities should expect travel disruption in the week ahead, during strikes and associated protests over proposed labour reforms. Disruption to air, ground and sea transport is expected during a general strike on 21 September, which will be accompanied by nationwide protests. Unions have also announced rolling strikes and blockades, including of fuel depots, from 25 September. Leftists led by former presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon are planning a major protest in Place de Bastille (Paris) on 23 September at 14.00-23.00 (local time).
India: Mumbai: Maintain flexible itineraries, allow extra travel time following heavy rainfall (Revised) - Members in Mumbai (Maharashtra state) in the coming days should maintain flexible itineraries following heavy rainfall and associated travel disruption on 19-20 September. Domestic flights at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) have been significantly affected by cancellations and delays, as have a number of international flights. The main runway is closed after heavy rain and a runway incident on 19 September, reopened at 00.31(local time) on 21 September. A heavy rainfall warning for Mumbai has been lifted, with conditions forecast to improve over the next 48 hours. However, members should still allow additional time for overland travel.
Uganda: Kampala: Avoid parliament building on 21 September during debate on lifting presidential age limit - Members in the capital Kampala on 21 September should expect a heightened security presence and avoid any protests near parliament during a debate on relaxing a presidential age limit. The police announced on 20 September that all public gatherings had been banned, claiming some participants were intending to use demonstrations as a pretext for violence. The opposition is against lifting the age limit, as this would allow long-serving President Yoweri Museveni to run for another term in 2021. Troops were deployed near parliament after localised protests on 18 September. The security forces may forcibly disperse any unauthorised rallies.
Mexico: Mexico City, Morelos, Puebla states: Expect continued disruption following strong earthquake; exercise caution as aftershocks possible (Revised) - Members in the capital Mexico City and the states of Mexico, Morelos and Puebla should continue to plan journeys accounting for disruption following a magnitude 7.1 earthquake in Morelos on 19 September. At least 225 people have been killed, including 94 in Mexico City, 71 in Morelos, 43 in Puebla, 12 in Mexico, four in Guerrero and at least one in Oaxaca states. Operations at Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX), which serves Mexico City, have resumed after being temporarily suspended for several hours on 19 September. Travellers should continue to exercise caution and follow all official directives, as aftershocks are possible in the coming hours and days.
Vanuatu: SPECIAL ADVISORY: Tafea province: No major damage reported following strong earthquake on Erromango island; continue to exercise caution (Revised) - No significant damage or casualties were reported following a magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck the centre of Erromango island (Tafea province) at 07.09 (local time) on 21 September. The earthquake's epicenter was located approximately 53 miles (85km) north-north-west of the provincial capital Isangel (Tanna island). No tsunami alerts were issued as a result of the temblor, which hit at a depth of 120 miles (200km). Flights at Bauerfield International Airport (VLI) in the capital Port Vila remain unaffected. Members should continue to exercise caution as aftershocks are possible in the coming hours.
Americas: Continue to defer travel to, relocate from areas in expected path of Hurricane Maria - Members should continue to defer travel to parts of the Caribbean in the expected path of Hurricane Maria over the coming days (see our advice below). Travellers already in such areas should relocate out of the storm's path as soon as possible. Maria ? which at present has weakened to a Category Two hurricane (the second lowest on the five-tier Saffir-Simpson scale) ? is likely to exacerbate already substantial damage in locations affected by the recent passage of former hurricane Irma (see our separate regional report). At least nine people have been reportedly killed and several remain missing thus far as a result of Maria's passage.
United States: Missouri state: Anticipate, avoid further protests in St. Louis over controversial acquittal of police officer; unrest possible - Members in St. Louis (Missouri state) should anticipate and avoid further protests in the coming days over the controversial acquittal of a former St. Louis police officer in the 2011 shooting of an African American man. Clashes between protesters and the police occurred on 15 September, with the latter using pepper spray to disperse crowds; at least 11 officers were injured and 33 activists were detained. During related demonstrations on 16 September, activists vandalised local businesses in the Delmar Loop area. While protests on 17 September passed off largely without incident, further episodes of unrest remain possible and would pose incidental risks to bystanders.
Indonesia: Bali province: Follow official directives following increased seismic activity at Mount Agung volcano - Members in Bali province in the coming days should adhere to all official directives due to increased seismic activity at Mount Agung volcano in Karangasem regency since 18 September. Although no volcanic ash has yet been detected, the authorities said that hundreds of tremors at the volcano occurred on 18-20 September. A Level III (Standby) alert (the second highest on a four-tier scale) has been issued, and the authorities have ordered an exclusion zone of 4.6 miles (7.5km) around Mount Agung. In the event of increased volcanic activities, the main impact for travellers would be flight disruption; members should be prepared for short-notice itinerary adjustments.
Russia: Khabarovsk, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok: Avoid planned opposition rallies between 22, 24 September - Members in Novosibirsk (Novosibirsk oblast), Vladivostok (Primorsky krai) and Khabarovsk (Khabarovsk krai) should avoid planned opposition rallies on 22, 23 and 24 September respectively, due to the potential for localised disruption. In Novosibirsk, participants plan to gather from 18.00 (local time) at the Alexander III monument on 22 September, and in Vladivostok, from 18.00 outside the Illusion cinema the following day. In Khabarovsk, a rally will occur from 18.00 in front of the Partisans monument on Karl Marx Street on 24 September. Counter-gatherings or other events organised by the government are likely to attempt to disrupt the planned opposition meetings, which could result in localised scuffles.
Nigeria: Monitor for unrest, avoid protests associated with indefinite nationwide strike - Members in Nigeria in the coming days should avoid protests associated with an indefinite strike called by the United Labour Congress (ULC). The oil and gas, electricity, aviation and railway sectors are expected to be particularly badly affected, though specific details on the impact of the strike are currently unavailable. The strike has been deemed illegal by the government, heightening the potential for localised clashes between the protesters and the security forces.
Nigeria: Abia, Rivers, Plateau: Monitor developments after violence over troops, Biafran activist - Members in Abia and Rivers states should monitor developments in the coming days amid heightened tensions between the government and the secessionist Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) group. Reports of clashes between IPOB activists and the security forces in Umuahia (Abia state) emerged on 14 September, following sightings of soldiers in the city near the residence of IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu. A curfew instituted and extended by the local government ended on 17 September. A curfew in Jos (Plateau state) has been instated indefinitely from 22.00 to 06.00 following clashes between residents of the Hausa and Igbo communities due to a disagreement over the situation in Abia.
Swaziland: Mbabane: Anticipate localised disruption on 20 September due to march by civil servants - Members in the capital Mbabane on 20 September should monitor developments and anticipate possible disruption in the vicinity of government ministry buildings due to a planned march by civil servants. The Secretary General of the National Public Services and Allied Workers Union (NAPSAWU) has called on civil servants to show solidarity with union leaders in their attempts to pressure the government to improve public sector salaries. The timing and route of the march are currently unknown.
United Kingdom: London: Continue to expect heightened security presence following bomb attack; suspects arrested (Revised) - Members in the capital London should continue to expect a heightened security presence after a bomb on 15 September partially detonated on an Underground (tube) train at Parsons Green station (Hammersmith and Fulham borough). At least 30 people were injured in the attack, for which the extremist Islamic State (IS) group has claimed responsibility, though the extent of its actual involvement is unclear. Six arrests have been made in recent days. The country's terrorism threat level, which was increased to ?critical' (the highest on a five-tier scale) in the wake of the attack, returned to ?severe' (the second-highest level) on 17 September.
Kenya: Nairobi: Anticipate heightened security, avoid any demonstrations near Supreme Court building over impending release of election annulment judgement - Members in the capital Nairobi on 20 September should expect heightened security and localised traffic disruption in the vicinity of the Supreme Court building ahead of the release of the court's full judgement on the presidential election annulment decision. Reports indicate that the security forces have barricaded a number of roads around the venue, including City Hall Way, Taifa Road and part of Wabera Street, and are re-directing traffic.
Iraq: Kurdistan region: Avoid demonstrations, exercise caution ahead of 25 September referendum (Revised) - Members in territories voting on the Kurdistan Region's (KR) referendum on independence should exercise caution ahead of the vote on 25 September. The campaign period, which began on 5 September and will go on until 22 September, will likely involve a number of rallies and political events. Heightened tensions between rival parties may lead to localised confrontations, though the security forces are capable of containing any unrest. However, due to the incidental risks posed by such confrontations, members should avoid all related events and liaise with local contacts to remain apprised of developments.
Ecuador: Urban centres: Avoid nationwide protests on 20 September; anticipate disruption - Members in urban centres on 20 September should anticipate disruption and avoid protests called by the United Workers' Front (FUT) over several issues including corruption; the Unidad Popular (UP) party and various other groups will also participate in the demonstrations. In the capital Quito, two rallies will take place concurrently at 16.00 (local time). One will take place in front of Carondelet Palace and the other will begin at the IESS social security office and conclude at the Parque El Ejido.
Guatemala: Urban centres: Continue to plan journeys avoiding likely further anti-government gatherings - Members in major urban centres, including the capital Guatemala City, should anticipate and avoid anti-government demonstrations in the coming days due to the potential for unrest. In Guatemala City, protesters will march on 20 September at 09.00 (local time) from San Carlos University of Guatemala to Constitution Plaza. A related protest on 15 September at the Congress building was dispersed by the security forces with tear gas. The unrest comes after Congress voted on 11 September against lifting immunity from prosecution for President Jimmy Morales, preventing Morales from being investigated for alleged illegal campaign financing.
Colombia: Reconfirm Avianca flights if threatened strike by pilots goes ahead - Members due to fly with national carrier Avianca in the coming days should reconfirm flights due to a threatened indefinite strike by around 700 pilots. The ACDAC pilots' union has said that the industrial action will commence on any day between 20 and 27 September; a specific date for the start of the walkout has not been announced. The airline has suspended ticket sales for domestic destinations for 20-22 September to mitigate any potential impact of the work stoppage. Negotiations are under way to avert the strike, which has been called over grievances related to salary and benefits.
India: Karnataka state: Expect heightened security at Mangalore Airport following detection of suspicious object (Revised) - Members travelling via Mangalore Airport (IXE), serving Mangalore (Karnataka state), in the coming days should expect heightened security, following the detection of a suspicious object in a checked-in bag on the evening of 19 September. A passenger travelling to Dubai was detained at around 22.00 (local time), after security staff discovered what appeared to be a homemade bomb in his luggage. It was later found not to be an explosive. Flights at the airport are proceeding normally, though travellers should allow additional time for enhanced security checks following the incident.
Pakistan: Lahore: Anticipate, avoid possible demonstrations by opposition party over by-election dispute - Members in Punjab's provincial capital Lahore in the coming days should anticipate possible protests over the results of a 17 September by-election for the NA-120 parliamentary seat. Opposition party Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf (PTI) candidate Dr Yasmin Rashid announced that she will not accept the election outcome unless her allegations against the legitimacy of more than 29,000 unverified votes are addressed. According to unofficial results, ruling party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) candidate and wife of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Begum Kalsoom, won the election by 14,000 votes. Potential areas of protests include outside the Punjab Assembly building and on Mall Road.
Philippines: Latest reports do not indicate expansion of current martial law declaration; monitor developments - There are reports that President Rodrigo Duterte will declare martial law across the country if possible protests on 21 September (see related report) turn violent. However, the authorities are downplaying such information; Defence Minister Delfin Lorenzana emphasised that the possibility of expanding martial law outside of Mindanao island remains remote. International SOS and Control Risks is closely monitoring the situation and currently there are no indications that the government will extend martial law nationwide. Travel to the Philippines can continue; however, members should closely monitor developments prior to and during their stay.
Bolivia: La Paz department: Reconfirm status of routes as Achacachi residents continue to block roads (Revised) - Members planning to undertake road travel in La Paz departmentin the coming daysshould reconfirm the status of routes due to ongoing roadblocks by residents ofAchacachitown (La Paz). The residents are protesting against the arrest of a civic leader and two teachers and are demanding the resignation of the town's mayor. Clashes between protesters and the security forces broke out early on 17 September in Cucuta (La Paz); the latter used tear gas to disperse protesters, dozens of whom were arrested. Following the unrest, protesters have rejected negotiations and vowed to increase demonstrations.
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