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Media ignore another State Department warning on Mexican travel. News Team

The US media has been going out of it’s way to shield the American public from what is going on in Mexico for years.

“Recent Mexican army and police confrontations with drug cartels have resembled small-unit combat, with cartels employing automatic weapons and grenades,” the advisory reads. “Large firefights have taken place in many towns and cities across Mexico but most recently in northern Mexico, including Tijuana, Chihuahua City and Ciudad Juarez. During some of these incidents, U.S. citizens have been trapped and temporarily prevented from leaving the area.” – Latest US State Department Travel Advisory

The US State Department currently advises citizens to avoid travel to the following countries.

Alerts (Short Term Advisories reviewed every six months)

Mexico 02/20/2009
French West Indies 02/13/2009 (Anti-white race riots as reported on
Arabian Peninsula and Persian Gulf 02/11/2009
Madagascar 01/28/2009
Mali 01/07/2009
South Pacific Cyclone Season 12/10/2008
Comoros 08/12/2008

Warnings (Long Term Advisory

Eritrea 02/18/2009
Syria 02/12/2009
Congo, Democratic Republic of the 02/05/2009
Haiti 01/28/2009
Philippines 01/27/2009
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza 01/15/2009
Burundi 01/08/2009
Sri Lanka 12/22/2008
Cote d’Ivoire 12/15/2008
Georgia 12/12/2008
Zimbabwe 12/12/2008
Nigeria 12/02/2008
Nepal 11/21/2008
Pakistan 11/21/2008
Somalia 11/15/2008
Chad 11/14/2008
Kenya 11/14/2008
Yemen 11/10/2008
Sudan 10/02/2008
Iran 09/15/2008
Lebanon 09/10/2008
Afghanistan 09/10/2008
Algeria 08/22/2008
Colombia 08/07/2008
Saudi Arabia 07/09/2008
Uzbekistan 07/03/2008
Iraq 06/13/2008
Central African Republic 03/25/2008