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Canada pulls diplomats' families from Cuba

Canada has pulled family members of diplomats in Cuba, after a group of Canadians who were suffering from unexplained dizziness, headaches and nausea had their symptoms come back. The government is now saying those affected may have a brain injury. This comes about a year after diplomats from both the U.S. and Canada serving in Havana began complaining about the symptoms.
Canada has pulled family members of diplomats in Cuba, after a group of Canadians who were suffering from unexplained dizziness, headaches and nausea had their symptoms come back. The government is now saying those affected may have a brain injury. This comes about a year after diplomats from both the U.S. and Canada serving in Havana began complaining about the symptoms. 2:55