Scientists say ‘sonic attacks’ on US embassies may have been caused by Cold-War era microwave weapons

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  • Scientists say microwave signals may have caused brain injuries to 33 US officials and their family members at embassies in Cuba and China.
  • The saga began in 2016 when 24 US diplomats and their family members fell ill after being exposed to what US officials claim was some form of “sonic attack.”
  • Since then, more than 250 people connected to diplomatic missions in China have received medical evaluations.
  • According to the New York Times, the investigation into the source of the attack is being led by a secretive group of elite scientists that helps the federal government on issues of national security. 

Scientists say microwave signals may have caused brain injuries to 33 US officials and their family members at embassies in Cuba and China.

The saga began in 2016 when 24 US diplomats and their family members fell ill after being exposed to what US officials claim was some form of “sonic attack”. The victims suffered permanent hearing loss, severe headaches, loss of balance, brain swelling, and disruption to cognitive functions.

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