Cuba

FILE - Secretary of State Antony Blinken participates in a Blue Dot Network Discussion at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Ministerial Council Meeting, Oct. 5, 2021, in Paris. The State Department on Friday, Nov. 5, named a new coordinator for its investigation into cases of so-called Havana Syndrome, responding to increased pressure from lawmakers to investigate and respond to hundreds of brain injuries reported by diplomats and intelligence officers. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, Pool, File)

State Dept. names new coordinator on ‘Havana Syndrome’ cases

The State Department has named a new coordinator for its investigation into cases of so-called Havana Syndrome

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FILE - In a Friday, Sept. 29, 2017 file photo, staff stand within the United States embassy facility in Havana, Cuba. The terrifying attacks in Cuba overwhelmingly hit U.S. intelligence operatives in Havana, not ordinary diplomats, when they began within days of President Donald Trump’s election, The Associated Press has learned.  To date, the Trump administration largely described the victims as U.S. Embassy personnel or “members of the diplomatic community,” suggesting it was bona fide diplomats who were hit. That spies, working under diplomatic cover, comprised the majority of the early victims adds an entirely new element of mystery to what’s harmed at least 21 Americans over the last year.  (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan, File)

Years later, still unclear why US staff in Cuba, China experienced strange symptoms

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Analysis: Former State Dept. employee spies for Cuba

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Is It Safe?

Airlines are rushing to add flights to Cuba after the Obama Administration announced changes in travel restrictions to the country. But are there any homeland…

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Rep. Frank Wolf: short answers to big questions

Wolf weighs in on reporting guidelines, the Defense budget, and relations with Cuba.

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Ending Embargoes on Cuba?

Could America’s relationship with Cuba be changing? Members of the Congressional Black Caucus just returned from a trip to Cuba where they met with both Raul and Fidel Castro. California Congresswoman Laura Richardson was one…

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