WASHINGTON -- Travelers to Nepal were advised by the State
Department that U.S. government installations and other locations
frequented by U.S. citizens in Kathmandu may be targeted for
terrorist attacks, including the Phora Durbar recreation area and
U.S. citizens should exercise caution and report suspicious
activity if visiting any of these areas, the department said.
In another public announcement, travelers to Indonesia were
advised to exercise "extreme caution" after bombings in Jakarta in
recent weeks culminated in the Sept. 13 blast at the Jakarta Stock
Exchange building, where several U.S. businesses have offices.
At least 15 people were killed and dozens injured.
It cited a "significant delay in an effective police response"
to a large and unruly demonstration at the U.S. Consulate General
in Surabaya on Sept. 15.
Turning to Guinea, the department issued a public announcement
urging U.S. citizens to avoid the area between the
Conakry-Mamou-Faranah-Macenta Road and the border with Sierra Leone
and Liberia, due to renewed cross-border fighting and