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More countries issue travel warning on Philippines | Headlines, News, The Philippine Star | “There are credible reports of threats of kidnapping by terrorist groups in the Central Visayas, particularly in Cebu and Bohol,” the French advisory said. “The Philippine police are also taking the threat seriously and have already taken steps to protect tourists and foreigners. Even if this threat remains unclear in the areas concerned, greater vigilance remains more important than ever.”

These latest advisories are part of a string of travel warnings from some countries including the United States and Australia ahead of the foray of the terrorist group Abu Sayyaf into Bohol province. This marked the first attack of the bandits on the region which is far from their traditional lairs in Sulu and Basilan islands in Mindanao.

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