US diplomat illnesses in China revive 'mystery weapon' fears

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The Penn team, which published its Cuba findings February in the Journal of the American Medical Association, was not able to prove what caused the symptoms in those patients. It called for people to be attentive of symptoms including "dizziness, headaches, tinnitus, fatigue, cognitive issues, visual problems, ear complaints and hearing loss, and difficulty sleeping".

The case revived fears that a USA rival has developed some kind of acoustic or microwave device after similar symptoms were reported among American diplomats and their families in Cuba in 2016. It is also the only US diplomatic installation in China authorized to process immigrant visas and handle adoptions.

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According to the Secretary of State, the government employee has "very similar" medical assessments "completely consistent" with those experienced by USA diplomats while working in Havana, Cuba.

USA officials said Friday that they had pulled two workers from Cuba and were testing them for possible brain injury. USA officials have detailed how personnel in Cuba came to experience a variety of symptoms including sharp ear pain, headaches, ringing in one ear, vertigo, disorientation, attention issues and signs consistent with mild traumatic brain injury or concussion. "The Ministry of Foreign Relations reiterates that no evidence of the alleged incidents has been presented, and maintains its unwavering commitment to cooperate with US authorities".

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The State Department has sent a medical team to China to offer medical screenings to all American government workers and family members who want them.

Two other officials say the individuals are being tested at the University of Pennsylvania. The U.S. government has deemed those incidents "specific attacks" on American workers but hasn't publicly identified a cause or culprit. It is also the only US diplomatic installation in China authorized to process immigrant visas and handle adoptions. The consulate opened months after the establishment of diplomatic relations between Beijing and Washington in 1979 and moved to its new purpose-built facility in 2013.

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A security person walks outside the USA consulate building in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong province, Thursday, June 7.

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