havana syndrome

U.S. intelligence agencies say they cannot link a foreign adversary to any of the incidents associated with so-called “Havana syndrome."
Mysterious injuries first began to be reported among U.S. embassy staff in Havana, Cuba, in late 2016 and have since spread to nearly 70 countries.
Several cases of the mysterious condition have now taken place in Washington, according to CBS News.
But questions remain. Russia has been suspected of aiming some sort of weapon at American diplomats abroad that causes debilitating ailments.
Sen. Susan Collins said government officials should be treated the "same way we would treat a soldier who suffered a traumatic injury on the battlefield.”
Is an adversary using a microwave or radio wave weapon to attack the brains of U.S. diplomats, spies and military personnel?