Pentagon Official Affected by 'Havana Syndrome' at NATO Summit

By
Anaïs Martinez
1 min read

The Pentagon disclosed that a senior official exhibited symptoms of 'Havana Syndrome' during a NATO summit in Lithuania. The report raises concerns about potential links to Russia, citing incidents of U.S. officials suffering from similar symptoms in multiple countries. There is an ongoing investigation and background of the mysterious cognitive illness, shedding light on its possible ties to non-lethal acoustic weapons. The revelations emphasize the widespread impact of 'Havana Syndrome' and the urgent need for further analysis and understanding.

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