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Dallas shooting: Bahamas, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand issue travel alerts for US after Alton Sterling and Philando Castile deaths

12.7.16

Dallas shooting: Bahamas, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand issue travel alerts for US after Alton Sterling and Philando Castile deaths: New Zealand’s advisory was of a similar tone, telling travellers: “We recommend you avoid all protests and demonstrations as on occasion civil disorder can result.”

The UAE’s warning featured language reminiscent of that used by the US State Department when warning Americans about countries that have fallen victim to attacks by extremists.

“Please be aware of immediate surroundings and avoid crowded places when possible,” the UAE embassy said in a statement that urged people to stay away from any US demonstrations. “Exercise particular caution during large festivals or events, be alert and stay safe.”


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