Brain Scans Of "Injured" US Embassy Staff Show Clinical Abnormalities
Wednesday, July 24, 2019, 7:55 PM
Advanced brain scans of U.S. Embassy employees who reported falling ill while serving in Havana revealed significant differences, according to a new study published on Tuesday that does little to resolve the mystery of injuries the Trump administration had characterized as a "sonic attack." Symptoms included headache, ringing in the ears, sleep disturbances, trouble thinking, memory problems, dizziness and balance problems.
Cuba to roll out mobile internet for the first time
Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 7:29 PM
Cuba has announced that 3G internet access for cell phone users across the country will become available from Thursday. The Caribbean island nation, which exists under communist-rule, opened state-run internet cafes in 2013 and citizens have only had access to home-internet and public Wi-Fi hotspots since 2017. 3G is the third generation of wireless mobile telecommunications technology. Its first networks were introduced in 1998.