Cuba sonic mys­tery deep­ens:

Arab Times - - INTERNATIONAL | WORLD NEWS ROUNDUP -

Months of in­ves­ti­ga­tions into so-called sonic at­tacks on Amer­i­can diplo­mats in Cuba, which have soured Wash­ing­ton-Ha­vana re­la­tions for most of the past year, have turned up noth­ing.

Cuba said last week it found no ev­i­dence to sup­port US claims that sev­eral Amer­i­can diplo­mats in Ha­vana were harmed in what US Sec­re­tary of State Rex Tiller­son called sur­rep­ti­tious “health at­tacks.”

In a saga seem­ingly ripped from the pages of a Cold War spy novel, at least 21 US of­fi­cials and a smaller num­ber of Cana­di­ans have re­ceived treat­ment for a va­ri­ety of symp­toms in­clud­ing brain trauma and hear­ing loss.

Ques­tions linger over whether they are the re­sult of tar­geted at­tacks, sab­o­tage, or an ac­ci­dent. (AFP)

Tiller­son

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