This accordion-fold booklet contains a series of analytical views of the Arabian coast of the Persian Gulf by AMO-OMA and colleagues from the American University of Sharjah, UAE. . . .
his travel-hardened notes for Iran and Iraq after the assassination of a top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani in a U.S. air attack.
it warned British nationals not to travel to Iraq, except for required travel in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, and only essential travel to Iran.
The death has increased tensions in the region, where the British 400 troops.
the US armed forces in Iraq were "repeatedly attacked" by Iran, the militia and the Gen Soleimani was "The Heart " of such efforts to undermine the neighboring peoples and opponent of Iran's enemies, he added.
Ms Thornberry said: "I understand why The Call in the UK, an urgent session of the [UN] security Council.Middle East operations as head of The Elite Quds Force
The Killing of Gen Soleimani marks a major escalation of tensions between Washington and Tehran.
chants of "death to America" in The Streets of Baghdad on Saturday for him.'stay vigilant'
In its Advisory, released on Saturday, The Foreign office said there is a risk that the British and British-Iranian dual-nationals "could be arbitrarily arrested or detained in Iran".
"The Criminal Justice was followed in these cases under the international standards progresses," it said.
The Foreign office also said notifications for other parts of the Middle East were to be increased, and asks citizens to be "vigilant" in countries such as Afghanistan, Israel, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
they advise people to keep you up to date with developments via the media and his own travel advice.
foreign Minister, Dominic Raab , said: "Given the heightened tensions in the region, the prices of the FCO now, not to travel to Iraq, except the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, and to carefully consider whether it is important to travel to Iran. We keep this review. "
The remains unchanged, and warned that they are to travel to Iran.
the UK has 400 troops based in the Middle East and together with the U.S. troops in the region.
Mr Raab called for a calming of the tensions, and adds: "Another conflict is in none of our interests. ""We need to stand up to US'
"I'm very worried we could be pulled," She Said .Shadow foreign secretary Ms Thornberry said the UK should be standing to understand up to Donald Trump
Speaking on BBC Radio 4 's Today programme, the former foreign Minister, Mr Hunt said he thought it was "regrettable, because, as one of the US closest allies, I think it is an important aspect of the relationship, that there are no surprises".
"But was it not also, perhaps, because you want us to ask ourselves in a difficult situation, the us a verdict, whether we agreed or not with what was done. "
He added: "The UK cannot afford to be neutral, if we want to be a serious global player. "'Urging restraint'
Write to the Prime Minister , Mr Corbyn, a number of problems, including what had been said of the UK, in front of the air attack, and what is the government doing to ensure the safety of the citizens of the United Kingdom.
Mr Corbyn was a member of the Privy Council in the year 2015. The members are all former Prime Ministers and Cabinet Ministers as well as leaders of the opposition.
added the actions of the leader of the Liberal Democrats , Sir, Ed Davey , called for an immediate statement from Mr Johnson about the British position, adding that the UK should "work with a larger group of affected States in the United Nations ".
Mr. Pompeo, he was "grateful that our allies continue to recognise the end of the aggressive threats by the Iranian Quds Force . "
In a statement, Mr Raab, are invited to all parties, to escalate "de-" after the assassination of Gen Soleimani.
He accepted the British ", said the aggressive threat" Gen Soleimani, but "further conflict is in none of our interests".