Los Angeles Times: New report still can’t explain illnesses of U.S. diplomats based in Cuba
The saga continues of the mysterious hearing loss symptoms for some two dozen diplomats who had been stationed in Cuba. Was it an acoustic attack that caused hearing loss in these individuals during their deployment to Havana?
Brain injuries reported without head trauma
Symptoms include hearing loss, headaches, dizziness, nausea and loss of concentration. Although initially described as a “sonic attack,” this description may not be accurate.