Eritrea has the lowest threat from a terrorist attack in the Horn of Africa, according to the UK Foreign Office.
The Foreign Office uses four ratings when judging the threat of a terrorist attack in its travel advice: high, general, underlying and low.
Countries in the region where the threat from terrorism is rated “high” include Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Egypt, Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
Sudan and Djibouti are categorized as having “General threat” while South Sudan is ranked with “underlying threat”.
Other countries in Africa where the terror threat is low include Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Mozambique, Zambia, D.R.C., Equatorial Guinea and Malawi.
Story credit: CDC