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CIA Vienna station head recalled over ‘Havana Syndrome’ response

No country has been directly linked to the "Havana Syndrome" incidents, according to the US government. The CIA recalled its chief of station in Vienna, in part over his alleged mishandling of reported cases of “Havana Syndrome” — a mysterious ailment that has struck US spies and diplomats worldwide and is suspected of being caused by radiation attacks. The Austrian capital has seen a number of reports of “Havana Syndrome,” which the CIA officially calls “anomalous health incidents,” in recent months, according to The Washington Post , which first reported the station head’s recall on Thursday. Those affected include […]

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