The CIA recently removed its station chief in Vienna as he didn’t respond appropriately to an outbreak of the mysterious Havana syndrome.
More Than dozens of US personnel in the Australian capital and their children have reported symptoms of the syndrome.
This condition first emerged at the US embassy in Havana, Cuba, in 2016. The affected people say that they hear buzzing sounds that are coming from one direction. At the same time, they feel some pressure in their head.
On the other hand, others have also complained about nausea, fatigue, dizziness, and many other symptoms.
There have been many cases with the Havana syndrome in Vienna than any other city apart from Havana. The CIA declined to make any comment on this report when the news agency contacted him.
The paper quotes some unnamed US officials who have raised their voices to remove the top officer in Vienna. He would have sent a message to the leaders to take Havana syndrome seriously.
Earlier this week, it has emerged that a CIA officer is traveling to India with the director William J Burns. He had reported the symptoms of the syndrome.
In August, the Vice president of the USA, Kamala Harris’s travel from Singapore to Hanoi, Vietnam, got delayed after an American official came up with the report of the syndrome.
A scientific study on those who got affected in China in 2018 found that diplomats had faced a form of brain injury.
Last year a panel of the US National Academy of Sciences found the most plausible explanation as to the pulsed radiofrequency energy.
In June, the US Secretary of State Anatomy, Blinken, announced a review into the cause of this illness. Earlier this week, a source from the US government said that a dedicated task force of CIA officials had involvement in the search for Osama Bin Laden.
In July, Mr. Burns said that about 200 US officials and relations have a slow experience of Haven Syndrome.
He previously said that there are many possibilities that Russia is behind this cause of the syndrome. However, Moscow has denied these allegations.
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