Worldwide warning' is issued by the State Department for Americans traveling abroad.


Worldwide warning' is issued by the State Department for Americans traveling abroad.

On Thursday, the U.S. State Department issued a global travel advice, advising Americans traveling abroad to take extra precautions.

"Increased tensions in various parts of the world, the possibility of terrorist attacks, demonstrations, or violent actions against U.S. citizens and interests" were among the reasons given in the travel alert.

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The State Department advised Americans to exercise caution in tourist-heavy areas and enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program, which can offer information and make it simpler to find them in an emergency.

The safety and security of American people abroad is the U.S. Department of State's top concern, a representative for the agency said in an email to USA TODAY. "We take our responsibility to offer U.S. 

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The warning comes as the Israel-Hamas conflict has claimed hundreds of lives. According to the Gaza Health Ministry, 3,785 individuals, including more than 1,500 kids, had died in Gaza as of Thursday. In Israel, at than 1,400 people have died, the most of them civilians.

Tuesday, the State Department increased its level of travel warning for Lebanon to Level 4, advising Americans not to visit the nation "due to the unpredictable security situation related to rocket, missile, and artillery exchanges between Israel and Hizballah or other armed militant factions." 

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Additionally, there is a warning against entering Gaza and a recommendation to think twice before visiting Israel and the West Bank.

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