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CUBA TRAVEL WARNING ISSUED BY STATE DEPARTMENT DUE TO “ATTACKS” ON AMERICANS THAT DAMAGED HEARING

 

East County News Service

Photo: La Habana, Cuba, cc by  Vgenecr from nl

September 30, 2017 (San Diego) — The State Department yesterday issued a warning for Americans not to travel to Cuba after attacks on hotels frequented by U.S. citizens as well as U.S. diplomatic residences and the American Embassy in Havana.  The attacks, which began on diplomatic personnel, have caused hearing loss, ear pain, dizziness, headaches, cognitive issues and other symptoms. The State Department warns that all Americans in Cuba could now be targeted.


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