If you're planning a dream holiday to the Maldives, you should know that there is serious trouble in paradise. The former dictator's brother is now in charge and things are getting increasingly nasty.
With tensions already running high in the Indian Ocean island nation, authorities issued the decree after allegedly discovering explosives near the president's home and a central mosque in the capital city this week.
Mohamed Nasheed, the first democratically elected president of the Maldives, was physically dragged into court by security forces today, after being arrested on Sunday.
The network of nearly 1,200 islands off India's coast is hard to get to, even more difficult to govern, and, as it turns out, nearly impossible to hold an election in without everyone accusing everyone else of voter fraud.