U.S. is expressing concerns over mysterious ailments afflicting some of its diplomatic, intelligence and military personnel
|Havana Syndrome is a series of unexplained medical symptoms first experienced by U.S. State Department personnel stationed in Cuba beginning in late 2016. At the time, those diplomats had been dispatched to Cuba as part of the||
By Byron Tau
rapprochement between the two countries begun under President Barack Obama, after decades of severed diplomatic relations between the two countries. The emergence of the ailments on Cuban soil strained those developing ties.
Since the initial cases, diplomats and intelligence officers stationed around the world have experienced similar symptoms.