As the world awaits the inauguration of President Donald Trump and as many people look to escape the city of Toronto, many people are considering a trip to the Rust Belt.
The Rust Belt, once a thriving region in the U.S., has been left in a shambles.
The region is plagued by drug and crime problems, and it is increasingly seen as a place of despair and misery.
The rust belt is the home to millions of Americans.
And it is home to a small but growing number of tourists.
But the region has a long way to go.
Tourism is on the decline.
Many Americans have left the region to escape a harsher economic environment.
Tourism in the region dropped by nearly 12 percent last year.
The number of people visiting the Rust belt declined by 4 percent, according to the Tourism Industry Association of America.
But this year is different.
The nation has been hit by severe flooding, and thousands of Americans have gone missing in a flood.
It is one of the most tragic events in recent U.N. history.
People have fled to the cities to find safety and to seek refuge.
In addition to the flooding, the region is in a political and economic crisis.
Trump’s election and the inauguration are expected to trigger a wave of refugees fleeing the country.
The U.K. has a plan to send a million refugees to Europe.
Germany is also preparing to open its borders to some of the biggest influxes of refugees in recent memory.
But many are concerned about safety.
The city of Rochester, New York, has seen its population decline by almost 5,000 residents in the past three years.
The population is down by more than 40 percent, and many residents are worried about their safety.
Some are leaving their homes because of the rising number of refugees.
In an interview with CBS News, one Rochester resident, who wanted to remain anonymous, said: “People are afraid to leave their houses.
People are afraid of the police.
They are scared of the storm and the hurricanes.”
The mayor of the city, Kevin Sullivan, said he is concerned about the safety of people living in the city.
He also said he has heard of a number of cases of assault, vandalism and domestic violence in the town.
Sullivan said he also fears for the safety and welfare of refugees and the country as a whole.
Sullivan and others are trying to get the word out about what they have heard and to make the city and region a safer place for all of us.
Sullivan has also launched a national effort to promote safety in the area.
The Rochester area has been called the “City of the Damned,” and the region’s unemployment rate is almost 20 percent.
Residents are frustrated by the loss of their jobs and their homes.
Residents have called for the state to provide assistance to people displaced from the region and to help people get back on their feet.
Many people are also concerned about crime in the community.
The local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is also working on a national plan to provide support for those displaced from Rochester and surrounding areas.
The group said they have received hundreds of calls for help, many of them from Americans living in nearby states.
The organization said it has received over 300 calls to its hotline and that it has been receiving phone calls from people who have been displaced and want help.
The state Department of Housing and Urban Development has offered help for displaced people.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has also offered to provide shelter and assistance to the region.
The Department of Homeland Security has said it is providing assistance to refugees in the affected areas.