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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — The US State Department issues travel advisories for its citizens for every country in the world, with the goal of helping US citizens find and use critical security information. The travel advisory has four levels based on a variety of risk indicators such as health, terrorism and civil unrest. The travel advisory levels range from Level 1, which advises the exercise of normal precautions, to Level 4, which means not to travel.
Level 4, which advises not to travel to the countries mentioned in this category, included 21 countries or regions in part of these countries.
On the Arab level, the list included Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and the Gaza Strip belonging to the Palestinian territories, as these countries come under the highest level of warning not to travel due to the increased possibility of life-threatening risks.
During an emergency, the ability of the US government to provide assistance may be severely limited, and the US State Department advises its citizens not to travel to or leave the country as soon as it is safe to do so, as conditions in any country may change at any time.
Here is a look at the infographic above on the list of countries classified under the maximum warning level after traveling to them.
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