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On 20 January 2018 a major Turkish military operation was launched in Syria's northern Afrin province.Government operations also continue in the south-east of the country following the breakdown in mid-2015 of a ceasefire between the Turkish Government and the PKK.The political environment in Turkey remains potentially volatile and citizens in Turkey should take particular care to avoid any protests or demonstrations in this context.A State of Emergency, put in place following a failed coup attempt in July 2016, remains in place.Security Status Exercise a high degree of caution Latest Travel Alert On 20 January 2018 the Turkish military launched military operations in collaboration with Turkish-backed Syrian rebels against Kurdish armed groups in the northern Syrian province of Afrin.Afrin borders the Turkish provinces of Hatay, Kilis, and Gaziantep.In addition, we recommend against all but essential travel to all areas of Siirt, Tunceli and Hakkari provinces.The Turkish intelligence services have issued warnings for several provinces in recent months regarding the threat of terrorist attacks, including for the provinces of Antalya, Izmir, and Gaziantep, in addition to the cities of Istanbul and Ankara.
Further earthquakes are likely and many buildings in the country are not earthquake proof.
Our full warning, which also covers neighbouring provinces, is below.
General Travel Advice The threat of terrorism in Turkey remains high.
There have been reports of retaliatory fire from Afrin into Turkish border areas resulting in deaths and injuries.
The offensive has increased political tensions within Turkey and the Turkish government has warned against what it terms "terrorist propaganda", which can be interpreted broadly.