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FBI acknowledges some agents may have Havana Syndrome symptoms

The FBI is promising to make sure employees who have symptoms consistent with Havana Syndrome get access to medical care after a former agent suffering almost daily headaches was rebuffed when he sought testing and treatment, according to documents obtained by NBC News.
FBI acknowledges some agents may have Havana Syndrome symptoms
6 days ago|Washington, United States

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CIA director says there will be consequences if Russia is behind 'Havana Syndrome' attacks

The director of the CIA has warned Russian intelligence agencies that there will be "consequences" if they are behind the recent "Havana Syndrome" attacks that have plagued U.S. officials in embassies across the world.William Burns issued the confidential warning to Russia's Federal Security Service and the country's Foreign Intelligence Service during a November meeting in Moscow about Russian troops organizing near Ukraine, according to U.S....

6 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
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FBI calls dealing with 'Havana Syndrome' a top priority

The FBI said on Wednesday that dealing with the issue of "anomalous health incidents" - widely known as Havana Syndrome - is a top priority and that it will keep investigating the cause and how to protect staff.

6 days ago|United Kingdom
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CIA director warned Russia of ‘consequences’ if ‘Havana syndrome’ links found

CIA Director William J. Burns warned Russian intelligence officials that they would face “consequences” if they are behind the rash of unexplained health incidents known as “Havana syndrome” plaguing U.S. spies and diplomats around the globe.The remarks came as the spy chief met with Russia’s Federal Security Service and ...

6 days ago|Washington, United States
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CIA director warns Russian spies of ‘consequences’ if they are behind ‘Havana Syndrome’ incidents

William J. Burns said that causing debilitating aliments among U.S. personnel and their family members would be beyond the pale for a “professional intelligence service.”

6 days ago|Washington, United States
Russia Today
Russia TodayR

CIA warns Russia over ‘Havana Syndrome’ – report

The head of America’s CIA has warned Russia of “consequences” if it is discovered to be involved in a series of incidents involving US diplomats around the world, now dubbed ‘Havana Syndrome’, The Washington Post has reported.Citing anonymous ‘sources’, the newspaper revealed that CIA Director William Burns brought the issue up earlier this month during meetings in Moscow with Nikolay Patrushev, secretary of the Security Council, and Sergey Nary…

6 days ago|Russian Federation
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Havana Syndrome: FBI makes it a top priority, will continue to 'identify the cause'

Havana Syndrome has emerged as a new topic of concern in the US.  Officially called "anomalous health incidents", the Federal Bureau of Investigation has termed the syndrome as a top priority and said that they will continue to look for the cause behind it.  “The issue of anomalous health incidents is a top priority for the FBI, as the protection, health and well-being of our employees and colleagues across the federal government is paramount,” …

6 days ago|Noida, India
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FBI acknowledges agents may have had ‘Havana Syndrome’ symptoms

The FBI has acknowledged for the first time that some of its agents may have suffered from symptoms of the mysterious “Havana Syndrome.”

6 days ago|New York, United States
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CIA director is said to have warned Russia of 'consequences' if it's found to be behind the 'Havana Syndrome' illnesses hurting US personnel around the world

William J. Burns confronted the heads of Russia's security and intelligence agencies in Moscow but did not blame Russia, The Washington Post reported.

6 days ago|United States
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FBI calls dealing with ‘Havana Syndrome’ a top priority

The FBI said on Wednesday that dealing with the issue of “anomalous health incidents” – widely known as Havana Syndrome – is a top priority and that it will keep investigating the cause and how to protect staff.About 200 U.S. diplomats, officials and family members overseas are believed to have been struck by the mysterious ailment – with symptoms including migraines, nausea, memory lapses and dizziness. It was first reported among U.S. official…

4 days ago|Fiji
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FBI agent reports migraines, dizziness since posting near Russia

In an internal email, the FBI told a former agent reporting symptoms of Havana Syndrome that there were "no medical programs in place" to help him.

6 days ago|United States
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