The suffering is real, but there is no "Havana Syndrome"

A cluster of mysterious symptoms, weird cricket noises and alarmist officials with no evidence of an underlying cause

American officialdom is abuzz with “Havana Syndrome” — the vaguely defined illness afflicting federal employees across the world, widely suspected to be inflicted by directed energy weapons wielded by a foreign adversary.

Since the first cases appeared in Cuba in late 2016 and early 2017, officials have identified hundreds more cases of what “do seem to …

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