The CIA has removed its station chief in Vienna, in part because of his handling of cases involving what's known as "Havana syndrome," according to current and former government officials.
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The CIA has reportedly recalled its station chief in Vienna because he was not taking seriously enough an outbreak of the mysterious “Havana Syndrome” symptoms among people working at the embassy.
The first case of the illness was reported by US officials stationed in Cuba in 2016. More than 130 cases have emerged ...
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The CIA recalled its chief of station in Vienna, in part over his alleged mishandling of reported cases of “Havana Syndrome” — a mysterious ailment that has struck US spies and diplomats ...
Management of the station in the Austrian capital often serves as a gateway to becoming the CIA's European director. However, this seems unlikely for the most recent chief, who is accused of not ...
The CIA station chief had come under criticism for not taking ... There have been more cases of illness reported in Vienna than in any other city except Havana. The station chief’s response ...
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The CIA recalled its station chief in Vienna, Austria, amid concerns about mismanagement of suspected cases of the mysterious health issue known as "Havana Syndrome" at the city’s U.S. embassy, a ...
The CIA has removed its Vienna station chief following criticism of his management, including what some considered an inadequate response to reports of "Havana syndrome" incidents at the US ...
The new head of Israel’s storied foreign intelligence agency recently sent a stern directive to its former senior ...
David Barnea is going to walk softly and carry a big stick -- or so he's been saying to Mossad's workforce and alumni.