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Notícias Internacionais / 22/07/2021

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US identifies new cases of ‘Havana Syndrome’, but avoids talking about attack’

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US identifies new cases of ‘Havana Syndrome’, but avoids talking about attack’


Changes in brain functions generate symptoms such as headache, nausea, dizziness and hearing damage. Cause is unknown

The United States government has identified at least 200 suspected cases of "Havana Syndrome", which consists of an alteration in brain functions that generates symptoms such as headache, nausea, dizziness and hearing damage. Although the case is still fraught with uncertainty, there is a suspicion that the cause is the directed emission of microwave radiation.

The first cases were identified in 2016 in Cuba, hence the name “Havana Syndrome”, with the victims being diplomats and other Washington officials who reported the symptoms after hearing strange high and low sounds. Hearing, balance and cognitive alterations were reported, as well as concussion.

Now, cases have arisen in different parts of the world, with the highest incidence in Europe and Asia. The problem mainly affected CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) officials, but cases involving officials the FBI (Federal Investigation Service) and the Departments of Defense and State were also reported.

Last week, the US magazine The New Yorker reported more than 20 cases involving diplomats, intelligence officers and other public officials in Vienna, Austria. A US diplomat in Berlin reportedly returned to the US earlier due to symptoms.

The US Department of Defense said it was "fully committed to determining the causes and origins" of the problem. At least for now, Washington avoids using the word “attack” and opts for the expression “anomalous health incidents”.

Although scientists do not have a conclusive position on the condition, a report the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine points out that some of the observed brain injuries were consistent with the effects of directed microwave energy. The subject has been studied in Russia.


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