'Havana syndrome' assessment 'in no way' questions symptoms -State Dept.

STORY: The mysterious syndrome, first reported by U.S. officials in the Cuban capital Havana in 2016, has afflicted U.S. diplomats, intelligence officers and other U.S. personnel worldwide. Symptoms have included migraines, nausea, memory lapses and dizziness.

About 1,500 cases now have been reported from agencies and departments across the U.S. government, including some from this year.

The U.S. Intelligence Community assessment found no credible evidence that any American adversary had a weapon or device capable of causing symptoms consistent with the syndrome.