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The Verge

Why we still don’t know what’s going on with ‘sonic attacks’ in Cuba and China

Health Data leaks
Ars Technica

US pulls two more from Cuba amid puzzling health cases now affecting China

Health
CNET

US diplomats evacuated from China amid 'sonic attack' concerns

Bloomberg Business

U.S. Recalls Americans From China to Investigate Mystery Ailment

Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

Where Do Old Cruise Ships Go to Die?

Warfare
@codinghorror via Ars Technica

US gov’t employee in China left with brain injury after strange sounds, pressure

Health
Bloomberg Business

Havana Cruise Terminal to Triple in Size as Cuba Chases Tourists

Travel
Bloomberg Business

Trump’s Cuba Crackdown Brings Surprising Windfall to Cruise Lines

US elections
IEEE

Finally, a Likely Explanation for the “Sonic Weapon” Used at the U.S. Embassy in Cuba

Physics Smart devices
@joerogan via The Independent

Man 'trying to take selfie with bear' mauled to death

Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

Diaz-Canel Selected as Next President of Cuba

US elections Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

Cuba’s Struggling Economy Needs a Jolt

US elections
Adweek

Immerse Yourself in These Gorgeous Branded Films About Cuba, Through the Eyes of Locals

Film
ZDNet

Five years and ​AU$103m later, DHS' new child support system has a staff interface

Privacy Cloud
Wareable

Week 3: Husain's VR diary - Around the world in virtual reality

Robotics
IEEE

How We Reverse Engineered the Cuban “Sonic Weapon” Attack

Smart devices Physics
Bloomberg Business

A Cuban President Not Named Castro Will Inherit a Troubled Economy

US elections Foreign affairs
Slashdot

Researchers Provide Likely Explanation For the 'Sonic Weapon' Used At the US Embassy In Cuba

Ars Technica

Brain-damaging “health attacks” spur US to permanently cut Cuba embassy staff

Report
@joshuatopolsky @kashhill via The Outline

Cuba “sonic attacks” may have been spy device audio interference

Science