‘Microwave weapon’ suspected in illness of US embassy workers
Some scientists now believe that a frightening new type of “microwave weapon” may have been behind last year’s attacks on U.S. embassy personnel in Cuba that left dozens with severe headaches and sleep issues. NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell reports for TODAY.
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