Havana Syndrome: New CIA report sheds light on mysterious illness

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A CIA report reveals new details about the mysterious illness that has plagued hundreds of U.S. and Canadian diplomats.

Havana Syndrome, which first emerged in Cuba in 2016, was initially feared to be a sonic attack by a foreign power against embassy staff.

However, as Reggie Cecchini reports, the CIA report suggests otherwise.

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