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    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
    • Enter if You Dare: Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists Revealed
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    A Somali gestures as he walks past a dead body, left, and destroyed buildings at the scene of a blast in the capital Mogadishu, Somalia Saturday, October 14, 2017.

    Take a look at countries that currently should probably be avoided by tourists, according to the Travel Risk Map 2018.

    International SOS, the world’s leading medical and travel security risk services group, has revealed the 2018 Travel Risk Map, a report on the safest and most dangerous places to visit for tourists. While mostly places with active combat activities and Islamist insurgency — Syria, Mali, Libya, South Sudan, Yemen, Afghanistan and Somali — have been marked red, i.e. dangerous, it turned out northern European countries, Finland, Norway and Island, are the safest for tourists and marked green.

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