Crisis24: Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has called for fresh anti-government protests across Venezuela

March 4, 2019

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This Week’s Top News Alerts from Crisis24:


Venezuela: Guaidó calls for fresh nationwide protests March 4-5

Individuals in Venezuela are advised to monitor the situation, avoid all public demonstrations due to the risk of violence and arrest, refrain from discussing political topics in public or on social media, and adhere to all instructions issued by their home governments. Read more


Algeria: Tens of thousands protest Bouteflika candidacy across country

Anticipate business and transportation disruptions as well as a heightened security presence near protest sites, refrain from discussing political subjects in public or on social media. Read more


India: Mass nationwide strike planned for March 5

Anticipate a heightened security presence, and public demonstrations, adhere to instructions issued by local authorities, and avoid all public demonstrations as a precaution. Read more


UK/France: Eurostar service disruptions through March 6

Travelers are advised to monitor the situation, confirm the status of their trains prior to departure, and contact Eurostar directly for more information. Read more


Brazil: Carnival celebrations in Rio de Janeiro March 1-9

Due to high crime rates in Rio de Janeiro, individuals should conceal conspicuous signs of wealth to avoid attracting the attention of would-be thieves. Read more


Italy: Nationwide public transportation strike March 8

Potentially impacted travelers are advised to confirm their travel itineraries, adhere to instructions issued by relevant authorities, anticipate transportation delays and crowded conditions, and allow for extra time to reach their destinations. Read more


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