Does Aswan now qualify to be free of the "outline" tag?
Bold textaswan is very beatufl saty i hope all pepol coming to aswan to see defrent aswan had some magek in the rever or estret or and thing thank you for all
220.127.116.11 03:14, 14 March 2015 (EDT)I think the warnings at the top of this page are a bit over the top, one is about terrorism in Sinai which is irrelevant down south, one is an unverified report about English people getting arrested for speaking English, and the rest are about how a few select foreigners were denied entry, or told to not speak about politics, where as the complete vast amount of tourists to egypt would not be specifically going there to do talks about democracy or have political discussions with the opposition.
I think, remove the big red box at the top of the page, move the relevant things down to the stay safe area, and then get rid of the rest. The big red box just makes it look so scary, when the reality is your very unlikely to get into any problems while your there.—The preceding comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs)
Hi, thank you for your comment. I checked the official travel warning which actually says that Aswan is not included in the warning, so I removed the warningbox from the article. Regular safety information should be added to the Stay safe categorie, feel free to add some information there if you have any specific information. Thanks for your input! Adzas (talk) 07:01, 15 March 2015 (EDT)