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What you can't hear can hurt you

from Michael J. Berens

From Sept. 19: News last month that American diplomats working at the American Embassy in Havana, Cuba, were getting sick with headaches, dizziness and hearing loss made front-page headlines. Some individuals reportedly suffered even more severe symptoms, including a blood disorder and mild traumatic brain injury. Baffled, the State Department called on specialists at the University of Miami to investigate. Their analysis, as presented in a statement by Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, is that the staff had been subject to "health attacks" allegedly caused by prolonged exposure to some kind of sonic wave machine. Experts on espionage chalk it up to just another instance of long-standing, ongoing harassment by the Cuban government of U.S. diplomatic personnel. more

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