Colombia—New Cases Of Havana Syndrome Reported At U.S. Embassy In Bogota

New York Times | 10/13/2021

The U.S. State Dept. is reviewing new complaints of Havana Syndrome coming from the U.S. Embassy in Colombia, reports the New York Times. On Tuesday, a senior administration official confirmed that the department is investigating complaints of new cases of the suspected illness, which first surfaced in late 2016. At least two cases have been reported so far, with additional possible cases under investigation, according to the Wall Street Journal, which broke the story. Suspected point...
 

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