Brain anomalies were found in US diplomats who were victims of alleged attacks at the US Embassy in Cuba, according to a new report.
Doctors discovered that the white matter in the brains of the Embassy workers had "developed changes," The Associated Press reported. White matter allows different areas of the brain to communicate.
At least 24 officials of the US Embassy. UU In Cuba, they reported hearing loud and clanking noises before experiencing hearing problems, hearing loss, dizziness, headache, fatigue, cognitive problems and difficulty sleeping.  CUBA CITES LACK OF EVIDENCE IN MYSTERIOUS SONIC ATTACKS IN DIPLOMATS
Some victims knew immediately that the attack was affecting their bodies, while some developed physical symptoms within 24 hours.
Other Americans who were not working but were traveling in Cuba also reported experiencing strange symptoms similar to those reported by US officials. UU., Said the Department of State.
Although researchers initially suspected what the staff expected as "sonic attacks," officials now avoid that term.
State Secretary Rex Tillerson said on Tuesday that he believes the Embassy workers were victims of "selective attacks," but noted that the United States does not know who perpetrated them.  However, Tillerson said that the blame for the attacks fell on Cuba, since his government is responsible for the security of diplomats in his country.
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Cuba has denied all the accusations of participation and affirmed that the Trump administration was "deliberately lying" about the attacks.
The Cuban government has also requested that the United States disclose its findings of the attacks. Cuba to investigate. Tillerson said that although the United States had released certain information, the country will not disclose additional details that could allow the perpetrator to determine how effective the attacks were.
Most of the victims have fully recovered, officials told The Associated Press.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.