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CIA on Mysterious “Havana Syndrome”: Cannot Be Attributed to Foreign Power

The CIA has concluded that “Havana Syndrome”, a mysterious disease that affects US diplomats around the world and manifests itself in “acoustic attacks”, can not be a priori attributed to an attack by a foreign power.

NBC News and The New York Times yesterday quoted several officials familiar with the CIA intelligence assessment of incidents that first appeared among diplomats in 2016 in the Cuban capital, in which US and Canadian officials complained of severe headaches, nausea and possible brain damage after hearing loud noises.

Since then, diplomatic and intelligence officials have reported similar experiences in various countries, including Australia, Austria, China, Colombia, Germany and Russia. “This interim report is not the final conclusion of the Biden administration or the entire intelligence community,” NBC quoted US officials as saying.

The victims told the NYT that the CIA’s conclusions “cannot and must not be the last word on this issue.” “Although we have reached some significant temporary findings, we are not ready. “We are continuing the investigation,” said CIA Director William Jay Barnes.

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