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Madagascar - Level 4: Do Not Travel
Do not travel to Madagascar due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution in Madagascar due to crime.

Madagascar is a developing island nation off the east coast of Africa. The primary languages are French and Malagasy. French is less spoken outside of major cities. Facilities for tourism are available, but vary in quality. Travelers seeking high-end accommodations should make reservations in advance.

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Madagascar prosecutors say foiled assassination bid on president
Prosecutors in Madagascar said Thursday they had foiled an attempt to assassinate President Andry Rajoelina and made several arrests. "Several foreign and Madagascar nationals wer ...

UN humanitarians worried about food insecurity due to drought in southern Madagascar
UN humanitarians on Thursday warned that hundreds of thousands of people in southern Madagascar face food insecurity due to one of the worst droughts in more than 40 years in the region. The severe ...

?Nothing left?: A catastrophe in Madagascar?s famine-hit south
More than one million people need emergency food and nutrition aid, with 14,000 already in ?catastrophic conditions?.

The Magic of Cruising Madagascar
After crossing the Indian Ocean on their catamaran, a couple finds all they were looking for in the remote landfalls and friendly people of this island nation.

Why is French spoken at the Olympics?
French commentary was spoken first, followed by Japanese, the host country?s language, and English. Is there a reason why French was spoken, and will we hear it more during the games? Here?s what you ...

The adventurous holiday company that swapped Madagascar and Yemen for Scotland\'s River Tay
With so many countries still off limits, James Henderson set out to track Scotland?s longest river from source to sea ...

How the Pandemic Fueled Global Hunger: 2.5 Billion Lack Nutritious Food, 1 in 5 Children Are Stunted
The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled a sharp increase in the number of people going hungry worldwide, along with conflict and the impacts of climate change. A new report on the state of food security and ...

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