Still No Answer For What Caused U.S. Diplomats' Illnesses In Cuba More than a year after U.S. diplomats in Cuba fell mysteriously ill, there is still no explanation for the high-pitched noises they heard. Steve Inskeep talks with ProPublica's Tim Golden.
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Still No Answer For What Caused U.S. Diplomats' Illnesses In Cuba

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Still No Answer For What Caused U.S. Diplomats' Illnesses In Cuba

Still No Answer For What Caused U.S. Diplomats' Illnesses In Cuba

Still No Answer For What Caused U.S. Diplomats' Illnesses In Cuba

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More than a year after U.S. diplomats in Cuba fell mysteriously ill, there is still no explanation for the high-pitched noises they heard. Steve Inskeep talks with ProPublica's Tim Golden.

A recording of what some U.S. Embassy workers heard in Havana.

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