(WASHINGTON) -- The CIA has assessed that the "majority" of reported cases of unexplained medical symptoms known as "Havana syndrome" can be "reasonably explained by medical conditions or environmental and technical factors," a senior CIA official told ABC News. The spy agency has assessed it's... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday detailed new efforts to investigate "Havana syndrome," the mysterious health affliction affecting dozens of U.S. personnel first identified in Cuba and now including several countries. In his most extensive remarks yet on the issue, Blinken said the... Read More.
(BOGOTA, Colombia) -- A "few" U.S. personnel at the embassy in Bogotá, Colombia, have reported symptoms consistent with "Havana syndrome," a source familiar with the cases confirmed to ABC News. Colombia is now the latest country where American officials have reported incidents of the mysterious... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden signed into law a bill that provides financial assistance and better health care to victims of "Havana syndrome," the mysterious health incidents affecting dozens of U.S. personnel first identified in Cuba and now including several countries. After a closed-door signing... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- In his first message to all staff on the issue, Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday acknowledged there is "growing concern" about the "unexplained health incidents" that have affected dozens of U.S. personnel around the globe. Blinken committed to meeting "soon" with... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. intelligence community has launched a new panel of experts that brings together senior officers and outside medical and scientific experts to investigate the "anomalous health incidents" affecting dozens of U.S. personnel around the world, an intelligence official told ABC News. The... Read More.