Russia denies allegations of involvement in the unexplained illness affecting American diplomats and intelligence personnel.

The Kremlin has dismissed a report linking a Russian intelligence unit to the mysterious illness, known as “Havana Syndrome,” affecting US diplomats and spies. Hundreds of American officials worldwide have reported puzzling symptoms including severe headaches, memory loss, and dizziness. A collaborative media investigation proposed that they might have been targeted by sonic weapons deployed by Russian military intelligence. The condition, named after Havana where it was first reported in 2016, is now speculated to have appeared as early as two years prior in Germany, according to a recent report by The Insider, Der Spiegel, and CBS’s 60 Minutes. The report alleges that US diplomats and intelligence personnel were subjected to “directed energy” weapons by a Russian military intelligence unit identified as 29155.

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