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Havana Syndrome

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A State Department official claims he was reassigned to a new job that doesn’t match his skillset after speaking out about how he and his family were stationed in China when they began suffering symptoms of what is now called Havana Syndrome, including memory loss, headaches and sleeplessness.

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