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Suspected Attacks Against U.S. Diplomats And Spies


U.S. officials in China, Cuba and Russia have reported mysterious noises, followed by headaches, dizziness, blurred vision and memory loss. The cause of the strange symptoms is unclear and has led to speculation about secret high-tech weapons and foreign attacks.
Officials say U.S. agencies are concealing the true extent of the episodes. U.S. lawmakers are pressing the State Department to release a study it received in August, which examined potential causes.
The symptoms experienced by diplomats at the American Embassy in Cuba in 2016 and 2017 came to be known as Havana Syndrome. 
The Trump administration withdrew the diplomats as a result. But lesser known episodes occurred in Guangzhou, China, and in Moscow. 
One senior C.I.A. officer said he suffered severe vertigo in a Moscow hotel room in 2017 and later developed debilitating migraines that forced him to retire.

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