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Cuba embassy attacks may have damaged the brains of victims
Doctors treating victims of those mysterious invisible attacks on U.S. diplomats have found abnormalities in the white matter of their brains. Two dozen U.S. officials and their spouses have suffered symptoms since last year.
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