The Foreign Commonwealth Office are warning Scots against travelling to Tunisia (Image: REUTERS)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailScots are being advised against travelling to Tunisia this summer due to an increased risk of terror attacks .The Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) has advised against travelling to the North African country with terrorists reportedly likely to attempt further attacks.It comes after two suicide bombings in the capital, Tunis, last month which left multiple people injured and one dead.And earlier this week Tunisian police killed a wanted terrorist, who was wearing an explosive belt at the time, as the Mirror reports.Glasgow Orange Walk: Road closures as thousands line streets for Battle of the Boyne paradeThe FCO have highlighted that the country has been in a state of extended emergency since 2015, which was renewed on June 5.The government body also asks that Scots be vigilant if they are travelling , particularly in certain types of locations.It explains: “Crowded areas, government installations, transportation networks, businesses with Western interests, and areas where foreign nationals and tourists are known to gather may be at higher risk of attack. In more remote areas of the country, including tourist sites in southern Tunisia, security forces’ response times to an incident may vary.”Strict set of rules that swingers have to follow at Europe biggest sex festivalIt also adds: “There’s a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation interests. Additional security measures have been in place on flights departing from Tunisia to the UK since March 2017.
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