Starting Thursday, everyone in Cuba with 3G-capable phones will gradually be able to access the internet.
Global Affairs Canada said it's investigating the cause of "unusual health symptoms" among 13 Havana diplomats and family members.
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The media outlet reports evidence known as 'signals intelligence' has potentially led U.S. investigators to that conclusion.
An internal watchdog looked into the State Department's response to the attacks on U.S. Embassy personnel in Cuba.
A strained relationship between the U.S. and Cuba could be the motive behind this medical mystery.
According to Cuba's foreign ministry, an official at the U.S. Embassy in Havana said they heard "'indefinite sounds' in their place of residence."
One employee felt "subtle and vague, but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure."
A U.S. employee was reportedly diagnosed with a mild traumatic brain injury after reporting "abnormal sensations of sound and pressure."