October 1, 2022

US Investigates Instances of Havana Syndrome. But What Exactly Is It?

On Wednesday, a group of US senators introduced legislation that would provide financial help to US government workers suffering from brain damage connected to the mysterious Havana Syndrome. Daria Dieguts reports on this mysterious affliction.

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