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DFAT travel advice urges Australians to reconsider travel

DFAT travel advice urges Australians to reconsider travel

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– VideoImage Australians urged to rethink Turkey travel 2:08 The Turkish foreign minister has reassured Australia his govt is back in control after an attempted coup.Lauren McMah news.com.au @lauren_mcmahAUSTRALIANS are again being urged to avoid travelling to Turkey as the weekend’s aborted military coup raises more questions about tourist safety in a country already rocked by attacks targeting foreigners.After chaos erupted on Saturday in the streets of Ankara and Istanbul — home to many of Turkey’s most popular attractions — the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) advised Australians in those cities to stay indoors and avoid unnecessary travel.
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Foreign ministry updates travel advice to Turkey

Foreign ministry updates travel advice to Turkey

( Foreign ministry updates travel advice to Turkey )

– Turkey has a history of military coups.In the 1980s, the country was under the rule of the armed forces for three years (Keystone)The Swiss foreign ministry has called on its nationals in Turkey to follow instructions by the local authorities following a coup attempt by the military on Friday night.But it stopped short of recommending against visits to popular holiday destinations in the south of the country.
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Munich shooting: Foreign Office updates travel advice in wake of shopping centre attack

Munich shooting: Foreign Office updates travel advice in wake of shopping centre attack

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– The Foreign Office has updated its travel advice for Britons visiting Germany in the wake of the shootings in Munich.British officials said they are investigating the attacks in which several people have been killed after shots were fired at a Bavarian shopping centre, near Munich’s Olympic stadium.Munich police said they believe they were dealing with a “shooting rampage” amid reports of at least three different gunmen and shots fired elsewhere in the city.
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