FBI acknowledges agents may have had ‘Havana Syndrome’ symptoms

FBI acknowledges agents may have had ‘Havana Syndrome’ symptoms

The FBI has acknowledged for the first time that some of its agents may have suffered from symptoms of the mysterious “Havana Syndrome.”

The bureau’s acknowledgment of possible agent cases was first reported by NBC News after the outlet obtained internal emails that showed an agent had reported possible brain injury symptoms after working in a country near Russia a decade ago.

About 200 American diplomats, officials and their family members are believed to have been struck by the bizarre ailment — described by the US government as “anomalous health incidents” – while overseas.

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“This issue of anomalous health incidents is a top priority for the FBI, as the protection, health and well-being of our employees and colleagues across the federal government is

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