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Apr 16, 2019
11:36AM

US dept of State advises citizens to reconsider their travel to Pakistan

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The US Department of State has advised its citizens to reconsider their travel to Pakistan due to terrorism. It has asked their citizens not to travel to restive Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) and Pakistan occupied Jammu & Kashmir as it has identified these places as the most dangerous areas due to terror attacks. 

While Pakistan in general has been placed in "Level Three" category in the latest travel advisory issued by the US yesterday, several parts of the country, including Balochistan, KPK province, Pakistan occupied Jammu & Kashmir and India-Pakistan border, have been placed in the most dangerous "Level Four" category, identified as high risk areas. 

Asserting that terror groups continue plotting possible attacks in Pakistan, the State Department said that terrorists may attack transportation hubs, markets, military installations, airports, universities, schools, hospitals, tourist locations, places of worship and government facilities. 

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