CIA: Havana Syndrome Not From Foreign Attacks

The CIA has issued an interim finding that most cases of “Havana Syndrome” have not been caused by calculated attacks from Russia-or other foreign powers.

“Havana Syndrome” is an informal name given to a set of bizarre symptoms that have impacted about a thousand U.S. officials around the world. The symptoms include vertigo, nausea, head pressure, and in some cases tinnitus.