CIA: Havana Syndrome Not From Foreign Attacks

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
January 21, 2022Capitol Reportshare

The CIA has issued an interim finding that most cases of “Havana Syndrome” have not been caused by calculated attacks from Russia-or other foreign powers.

“Havana Syndrome” is an informal name given to a set of bizarre symptoms that have impacted about a thousand U.S. officials around the world. The symptoms include vertigo, nausea, head pressure, and in some cases tinnitus.

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