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Cuban official challenges U.S. to provide evidence of apparent sonic 'attacks'
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Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said on Nov. 2 that the U.S. government had "politicized" the mysterious string of attacks that have harmed at least 21 Americans stationed in Havana.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said on Nov. 2 that the U.S. government had "politicized" the mysterious string of attacks that have harmed at least 21 Americans stationed in Havana.
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