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New US State Department travel advisory system now live with mapping application
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14 January 2018 (Edited 17 January 2018)


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Posted 17 January 2018:

The map was a good idea, but you need some knowledge of geography to use it.

Example:

If you're thinking about visiting Libya, and can find it on the map - mousing over doesn't have any useful effect like displaying country names - you can click Libya on the map to bring up a blurb that tells you the country name and date of most recent advisory, with a link to "More info."

But if you can't find Libya on the map, it's faster to use the alphabetical list of advisories by country.

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