The possibility of dying while travelling always existed. One could get into a car accident, victim of crime, etc, so the question is:
What happens when you die?
Specifically, are there international treaties that establish a procedure to follow when a foreigner dies in a certain country? Now, I know that International treaties are rarely signed by all nations, so there will be exceptions but if there are common agreements and procedures, those are the ones I would like to know.
If there are any: What do these treaties say? Do they include following a will legally written in another country.
Are procedures depending on the country of death, citizenship, residence or combination of these? If there are no treaties covering death of a foreigner, then it is possible we have to ask what happens when an Afghan dies in Albania to a Zambian in Zimbabwe!