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While the odds are that you will be safe abroad and have an incident-free time, it’s prudent to take precautions. Local security conditions vary not only from country to country but also within each country, so it is a good idea to do some research into areas that you are travelling to for the first time. In particular, be aware of the local emergency telephone numbers.



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