After months of street protests and political turmoil in Nepal’s Himalayan nation, the United States has warned its citizens not to travel there.
The warning was issued by the State Department and dated June 15. It said the U.S. continues to have concerns about the state of security in Nepal.
Last month, the Maoist former rebels shut down the country for more than a week with protests against the government.
Street demonstrations turned violent with clashes between communist supporters and police.
No tourists were injured during the protests but general strike closed down hotels, restaurants and transportation.
Source: Associated Press