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Whatever is harming U.S. diplomats in Havana, it's eluded the doctors, scientists and intelligence analysts scouring for answers. Investigators have chased many theories, including a sonic attack, electromagnetic weapon or flawed spying device.While Cuba has been surprisingly cooperative, even inviting the FBI to fly down to Havana, it's not the same as an investigation with the U.S. government in full control.It was only natural that American suspicion started with Cuba.When symptoms emerged last November, Cuba was working feverishly with the U.S. to make progress on everything from internet access to immigration rules before President Barack Obama's term ended.U.S. officials were surprised that Castro seemed genuinely rattled, and that Cuba offered to let the FBI come investigate.Investigators haven't ruled out that possibility, several U.S. officials said.Cuba's surveillance of U.S. diplomats in Havana is intense.Several U.S. officials have emphasized the possibility the culprit merely surveilled the U.S. diplomats using some new, untested technology that caused unintended harm.
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