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Is Trump using 'health attacks' on US diplomats in Havana as an excuse to punish Cuba? - The Conversation US

In a blow to diplomatic relations with Cuba, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Oct. 3 ejected 15 Cuban diplomats from the United States. The expulsion follows his withdrawal of most U.S. personnel from the embassy in Havana after 22 American ...and more »

What's a Science Reporter to Do When Sound Evidence Isn't Sound? - New York Times

On Tuesday, Michael Mason, my editor on the science desk, shot me an email. Would I consider writing an article about “this sonic 'attack' business”? I knew exactly what he was talking about. I had been vaguely puzzled about this business for months.and more »

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 ...and more »

The response to 'health attacks' on US diplomats in Cuba suggests nobody knows what's going on - Business Insider

The US has taken action against Cuba in response to attacks on diplomats there. But neither the US or Cuba appears to know who's behind the attacks. Hardliners stand to benefit the most from the current response, rolling back improved US-Cuba relations.and more »

The Most Unbelievable Parts Of The Cuba 'Sonic Attack' Mystery - HuffPost

One of the most bizarre mysteries in international politics has been going on for months in Cuba, where a series of possible sonic attacks on foreign diplomats continues to puzzle investigators and increase tensions between the U.S. and the Havana regime.and more »

Diplomats court Cuba to act as broker for Venezuela transition - Financial Times

When a cargo ship arrived in Cuba from Caracas this week, with supplies to help the island rebuild after Hurricane Irma, it carried a typically warm message from Nicolás Maduro, Venezuelan president. “This modest help demonstrates our nations' civic ...and more »

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

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department says it has received "a handful of reports" from American citizens who say they've experienced symptoms similar to those in attacks of US government workers in Havana. But the US isn't vouching for those reports ...and more »

'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 ...and more »

US government blacklists two Havana hotels over alleged attacks - Cuba Standard.com

CUBA STANDARD — Continuing a series of measures that make travel to and from Cuba harder, the U.S. government now alleges that private travelers may also have been subject to what U.S. officials call “attacks”, and tells U.S. visitors to stay away ...and more »

Some private citizens complain of health symptoms after visiting Cuba - CBS News

Some private U.S. citizens who traveled to Cuba say they have experienced symptoms similar to those suffered by at least 22 U.S. diplomats after mysterious acoustic attacks in Havana. "Since we issued the September 29 Travel Warning, we have received a ...and more »