Sumary of Global Affairs Canada won’t say if diplomats in Vienna hit amid Havana syndrome reports:
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- S. election candidate says she was ousted over ‘boudoir photos’ The U.S. National Academies of Sciences issued a hotly awaited report in December 2020 that determined “directed, pulsed radio frequency energy appears to be the most plausible” cause for the strange, lasting symptoms reported by diplomats.
- Story continues below The report said there had been an “early failure” to detect and investigate the cases, which have spurred a range of theories ranging from pesticide poisoning to the malicious use of directed energy weapons by a hostile foreign actor.
- While the report’s authors note they cannot say conclusively whether the pulsed energy came from a weapon or another source, “the mere consideration of such a scenario raises grave concerns about a world with disinhibited malevolent actors and new tools for causing harm to others.
- ” Ottawa reviewing new report that ‘directed, pulsed’ energy behind Havana syndrome A highly redacted, declassified U.S. State Department report released under freedom of information laws in that country earlier this year said the symptoms reported by dozens of American and Canadian diplomats are the result of “targeted actions.