Havana Syndrome reported at Bogota US Embassy

Families associated with the United States Embassy in Bogota, Colombia have reported experiencing Havana Syndrome symptoms. According to emails from Ambassador Philip Goldberg and other embassy staff, “additional Anomalous Health Incidents,” were reported while investigations are ongoing.  “Of course we …

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U.S. Nuclear Engineer, Spouse Charged for Trying to Sell Nuclear Submarine Secrets

United States law enforcement officials have charged a Maryland navy nuclear engineer and his wife for trying to sell nuclear submarine secrets to what they believed was a foreign state. According to the Justice Department, authorities arrested Jonathan and Diana …

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NATO Removes 8 Russian Mission Members for Alleged Espionage

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has expelled eight Russian Mission members for being spies for the Kremlin. By the end of the month, the eight diplomats will likely leave Brussels, where the alliance is headquartered, and their roles will …

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Singapore Enacts Law Allowing Authorities to Block “Foreign Interference” Online

Singapore’s parliament has enacted a law on Monday that would allow authorities to block “Foreign Interference” online. The law would give authorities the right to compel online platforms to provide user information, block content, and remove applications used to spread …

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CIA Forced to Evacuate Official From Serbia that was Targeted by Havana Syndrome

U.S. officials said that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) evacuated an intelligence officer based in Serbia who was seriously injured due to the Havana Syndrome. The incident happened in Balkan within recent weeks and continues a concerning rise in attacks, …

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Canada Gives Asylum to Four People who Hid Snowden in Hong Kong

Canada granted asylum to the family of refugees who hid Edward Snowden in their Hong Kong apartment while he was on the run for exposing NSA in 2013. Supun Kellapatha and Nadeeka Nonis and their children Sethumdi and Dinath landed …

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Sudden Fire Breaks out at IRGC Research Facility, 2 Dead

The Iranian paramilitary Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) reported that two personnel were killed after a mysterious fire broke out at one of their research centers in Tehran. Enayatollah Rahnavard, the local fire chief said that the fire started at the “research …

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CIA Chief in Vienna Fired for Mismanagement of Havana Syndrome Incidents

CIA’s Vienna station chief had has been fired for allegedly responding too slowly to claims of Havana Syndrome among intelligence personnel. The station chief was skeptical about the dozens of US personnel in the Austrian capital and their children experiencing …

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Lukashenko Claims Western spies Planted in State Factories

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that spies affiliated with Western countries are working against the government in state-run factories. The announcement was made after human rights activists reported the detention of 14 workers at a fertilizer plant. Grodno Azot is …

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