CIA says mysterious 'Havana Syndrome' is unlikely to be attack from foreign country

2022-01-22 11:01:00 AM

CIA says mysterious 'Havana Syndrome' is unlikely to be attack from foreign country

CIA says mysterious 'Havana Syndrome' is unlikely to be attack from foreign country

Hundreds of US diplomats and personnel across the world have reported mysterious symptoms, including in Cuba, China, Russia, and the US.

, including in Cuba, China, Russia, and the US. Symptoms include nausea, headaches, vertigo, and memory loss.Theories behind it have included pesticides and a microwave weapon aimed by a hostile nation, and US officials previously said thatthe CIA had warned Russia

that it would retaliate if it was found to be responsible.But the CIA said in an internal assessment that the vast majority of cases were unlikely to be the result of any foreign power because the CIA found other explanations for the symptoms, officials told The Times and NBC News.

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