April 24, 2024
The Unseen Threat of Havana Syndrome

The Unseen Threat of Havana Syndrome

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Terror in the Air: The Unseen Threat of Havana Syndrome

Moscow : In recent years, a mysterious illness known as Havana Syndrome has affected US diplomats worldwide, causing symptoms like dizziness. Investigations by The Insider, Der Spiegel, and CBS’s 60 Minutes suggest that Russian sonic weaponry might be responsible.

Moscow has denied involvement, though US officials previously deemed foreign involvement unlikely. However, last year’s assessment of “anomalous health incidents” (AHIs) didn’t offer an alternative explanation, frustrating affected individuals. The syndrome’s name originates from Havana, Cuba, where the first case emerged in 2016, though earlier incidents may have occurred in Germany.

Cases have been reported globally, from Washington to China. Pentagon confirmed similar symptoms in a senior official attending a NATO summit in Lithuania. Victims, including White House, CIA, and FBI staff, complain of dizziness, headaches, and difficulty concentrating, with over 1,000 reports. Despite suspicion of directed energy or microwaves, MRI scans failed to detect brain injuries in many cases.

The Unseen Threat of Havana Syndrome

The Unseen Threat of Havana Syndrome
The Unseen Threat of Havana Syndrome

A fresh media investigation implicates a specific Russian military unit, 29155, linking its members to incidents globally. The unit, known for foreign operations, has been associated with incidents like the Sergei Skripal poisoning. An FBI agent, one victim, described feeling a powerful force in her home, leading to unconsciousness and subsequent memory and concentration issues.

US officials continue investigating, maintaining foreign adversary involvement is unlikely. However, concerns persist, with some officials criticizing past and present handling of the issue.


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