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The US has fallen silent over its sonic attack theory in Cuba

5 mins | Apr 12, 2018
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When US and Canadian diplomatic personnel fell mysteriously ill in Cuba in late 2016, it led to accusations that they were targeted with a “sonic weapon”. Anjana Ahuja writing in the Financial Times in April 2018 examines some of the research findings following that incident to find out whether sound can indeed be weaponised.
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