Russian agents accused of a ‘microwave attack’ on CIA agents in Australia

Two agents from the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have raised concerns that they were attacked with a sophisticated microwave weapon during a visit to Australia late last year. The CIA figures said they heard ringing in their ears and nausea consistent with “Havana syndrome” – alleged brain injuries caused by the high-tech weaponry first suffered by American diplomats serving in Cuba.

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