Havana Syndrome victims speak out

Five years after it first surfaced in Cuba, the cause and culprit of the mysterious illness that has sickened more than 200 American spies and diplomats around the world remain unknown. Now three of the original victims are speaking out. NBC chief Washington correspondent Andrea Mitchell reports for TODAY.

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