US expels 15 Cuban diplomats, fueling tensions with Havana - Mendon Journal

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the expulsions from Cuba's embassy in Washington were intended to ensure “equity” in staffing levels. (File) Related News. The Trump administration on Tuesday expelled 15 Cuban diplomats to protest Cuba's ...

Mysterious Sonic Attacks in Cuba May Be Quite Logical - National Review

For ten months, covert “attacks of an unknown nature” have caused a variety of injuries to at least 22 U.S. employees at U.S. diplomatic residences and hotels in Havana. The U.S. government has issued a travel warning on Cuba, pulled out all ...

American travellers in Cuba complain of symptoms similar to embassy 'attacks' - South China Morning Post

A “handful” of private US citizens who travelled to Cuba say they have experienced symptoms similar to those suffered by American diplomats in mysterious health “attacks” in Havana, the US State Department said on Friday. A State Department ...

USA travelers to Cuba report symptoms similar to diplomats - Hi-tech Beacon

Investigators say at least 21 American diplomats and family members have come down with unusual symptoms including brain damage, hearing loss, and concussions. CBS News and Reuters reported that State Department officials have confirmed that some ...

A few visitors to Cuba claim symptoms similar to attacks - ClickLancashire

On September 29, 2017, The US State Department issued a Cuba Travel Warning as a result of some unidentified attacks against numerous US Embassy employees; however Cuba Travel Services (CTS) does not have any reason to believe these alleged ...

US Plans To Expel Cuban Diplomats Following Mystery Attacks | HuffPost - Alive For Football

Investigators have been probing whether the attacks were caused by something more than just mysterious sonic devices after US government personnel complained about hearing loud, freakish and unexplained noises in homes and hotels. Secretary of State ...

Analysis: Attacks able to divide US-Cuba - The Detroit News

Washington — When Americans started falling ill last year in Havana, the victims of eerie, invisible attacks, investigators seized on a key question: Who had the motive to drive the United States and Cuba apart? Nearly a year later, the U.S. hasn't ...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Cuba must solve the attacks on US personnel - Lima Ohio

OCT. 3, 2017 — Whatever and whoever is behind the so-called sonic attacks targeting Americans in Havana, one party — the government of Cuba — is responsible for getting to the bottom of it. The growing scandal threatens Cuba's image, and it has all ...

US: A few visitors to Cuba claim symptoms similar to attacks - MyPalmBeachPost

The United States has received "a handful of reports" from American citizens who say they've experienced symptoms similar to those in attacks of U.S. government workers in Havana, a State Department official said Friday. The U.S. isn't vouching for the ...

Mariela Castro: 10 Pearls against the US and the Western World - Havana Times

HAVANA TIMES — At the peak of the diplomatic crisis between Washington and Havana due to alleged sonic attacks against 21 US officials, Cuban government representative, sexologist and daughter of Raul Castro, Mariela Castro has given a press ...

US tourists back from Cuba claim symptoms similar to mysterious attacks - Fox News

Investigators say at least 21 American diplomats and family members have come down with strange symptoms including brain damage, hearing loss, and concussions. A handful of U.S. tourists who recently returned from Cuba have complained about ...

US citizens claim to have had symptoms similar to diplomats attacked in Cuba - Business Insider

Cuba Embassy Washington US The Cuban national flag over the country's reopened embassy in Washington, July 20, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria. WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department says it has received “a handful of reports” from American ...

US civilians report mystery symptoms in Cuba - UPI.com

The U.S. flag flaps in the stiff breeze off the Florida Straits at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba, on March 22, 2016. State Department officials said U.S. civilians, not just diplomats, were affected by mysterious acoustic attacks in Cuba. File Photo ...

State Department Issues Health Warning to Visitors to Cuba - Newsmax

A mysterious illness that sickened U.S. diplomats in Cuba reportedly has also affected American travelers who stayed at two hotels in Havana. In a statement on its website, the State Department advised Americans to avoid the Hotel Nacional and Hotel ...

US travelers to Cuba report symptoms similar to diplomats - The Hill

The State Department is warning U.S. citizens in Cuba to avoid two hotels in Havana after travelers reported similar symptoms to diplomats subjected to sonic-based attacks at the U.S. embassy. CBS News and Reuters reported that State Department ...

The concept of a Cuban attack on US diplomats makes no sense - Washington Post

Regarding the Oct. 1 editorial “Cuba's mysterious maladies”: Not a single expert has been able to pinpoint a type of device, radiation, toxic substance or other agent that could have the effects reported from the incident involving U.S. diplomats in ...

Cuban-Americans hopeful they will still be able to travel to, from island in future - Local 10

HAVANA - It was days ago that the U.S. announced Cuba must send 15 of its Washington embassy staffers back to Havana, crippling operations and possibly affecting thousands of Cuban-Americans who want to travel back to the island. On Tuesday, Cuba's ...

'Handful' of US citizens reported health attacks after visiting Cuba, State Dept. says - ABC News

One week after the Trump administration issued a travel warning for Cuba, it said that a "handful" of Americans who traveled to the island country reported to the State Department that they "experienced symptoms similar" to those affecting nearly two ...

Port of Cleveland signs memo of understanding with Cuba's maritime administration - Local 10

HAVANA - The port authority of Cleveland, Ohio, and Cuba's maritime administration have signed a memo of understanding. This is the first event of its kind since the U.S. decided to pull its diplomats from their embassy in Havana after the diplomats ...

What you need to know about travel to Cuba in the new Trump era - Miami Herald

An ominous U.S. State Department warning against visiting Cuba and a U.S.-mandated cutback in the consular officers who issue visas at the Cuban Embassy in Washington could put the chill on some U.S. travel to the island but not as much as might be ...