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What Harmed U.S. Diplomats In Cuba? The Mystery Continues

The question remains unsolved, according to a Senate hearing Tuesday. But an FBI investigation is casting doubt on the theory that embassy staff were the victims of "sonic attacks."

The great mystery behind what hurt two dozen U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba remains unsolved, according to a Senate hearing on Tuesday. But an FBI investigation is casting doubt on a once-popular theory: that embassy staff were the victims of "sonic attacks."

According to a , an FBI investigation has turned up no evidence that sound waves harmed American diplomats in

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