US refines tool to evaluate Havana syndrome cases

The “anomalous health incidents,” as the government calls them, started in 2016, when CIA officers and diplomats serving in Havana reported strange sounds and other sensations, then experienced headaches, nausea and dizziness.

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Iraqi officials: 4 rockets target US Embassy in Baghdad

🔴 Three of the missiles struck within the perimeter of the American Embassy, the officials said. Another hit a school located in a nearby residential complex.


CryptoWire launches India’s first index to measure performance of top cryptocurrencies

IC15 is a rule-based broad market index by market capitalisation, which tracks and measures the performance of the top 15 widely traded cryptocurrencies listed on leading crypto exchanges of the world.


Bodies of drowned migrants wash up on Libyan shore

Libya is a major transit point for migrants, many from African countries, who are seeking better opportunities in Europe.