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Latest updates: Safety and security - Removal of the information about the second round of the presidential election held on October 13, Exercise a high degree of caution in Tunisia due to the nationwide risk of civil unrest and terrorist attacks. Avoid all travel to to the following areas, due to recurring counter-terrorism operations: the governorate of Kasserine including the Chaambi Mountain National Park area Mount Mghila, located between the governorates of Kasserine and Sidi Bouzid the forest located northwest of the city of Jendouba and the forest located west of Ain Draham, in the governorate of Jendouba Mount Orbata, located in the governorate of Gafsa east of the city of Gafsa, between El Ksar and Sened within 30 km of the borders with Algeria, except for the tourist cities of Tabarka, Nefta, Tamerza, Chebika, Mides and Ain Draham within 40 km of the border with Libya in the governorates of Medenine and Tataouine the militarized zone in Tataouine Governorate that lies south of, but does not include, the towns of Dehiba and El Borma.
Avoid non-essential travel to the following areas: the towns of Jendouba, Remada and Sidi Bouzid, as well as the road corridor from the town of Sbeitla to Sidi Bouzid. There is a threat of terrorist attacks and kidnapping in the area of Mount Chambi National Park in Kasserine Governorate.
Ongoing Tunisian military operations against suspected terrorists occur regularly in the area. The use of improvised explosive devices IEDs has been reported in the area. There is an ongoing threat of terrorist attacks and kidnapping along the border with Algeria, especially in the mountainous areas in the northern half of Tunisia.
The use of IEDs has been reported in the area. However, the threat of cross-border terrorist activity remains and attacks have targeted security forces. Tunisian security forces regularly conduct counter-terrorism operations in the border areas of the governorates of Jendouba, Kasserine and Kef. The border between Tunisia and Libya may close with little or no notice and for an unspecified period of time.
The deterioration in the security situation in neighbouring Libya has resulted in greater volatility in southern Tunisia, particularly in remote areas. Remote areas, including the area south of Jebil National Park and desert areas, can have unreliable cellphone reception and few resources for assistance. There is a threat of terrorism. Terrorist attacks have occurred throughout Tunisia. Since , tourist resorts and attractions, as well as Tunisian military and state institutions have been targeted, and further attacks cannot be ruled out.