Blinken Says U.S. Working on Havana Syndrome After Diplomats' Illnesses in Paris, Geneva

Blinken Says U.S. Working on Havana Syndrome After Diplomats' Illnesses in Paris, Geneva

Andrew H. Sweet

The Wall Street Journal on Thursday reported additional illnesses among officials serving in U.S. diplomatic missions in Paris and Geneva, where the United States and Russia held security talks on Monday over Moscow's troop buildup near the Ukraine border.

Blinken said the United States has raised the illnesses with the Russians but still cannot decide who was responsible.

The mysterious ailment carries migraines, nausea, memory lapses, and dizziness. It was first reported among U.S. officials in the Cuban capital in 2016.

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