- The Central Intelligence Agency mishandled initial reports of personnel suffering from Havana Syndrome, according to a new inspector general report.
- The IG report included details on how people familiar with t he. findings chastised the CIA’s physicians, who expressed skepticism about the Syndrome after the initial cases arose in 2016. Many victims didn’t get immediate medical treatment.
- An interim CIA report in January claimed that it was unlikely the injuries resulted from a foreign attack.
- Since the initial attacks in 2016 in Cuba, similar attacks have been reported in China, Austria, Serbia and elsewhere.
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