by Mark Albert
WASHINGTON (TVR) – The United States government is warning Americans not to travel to Cuba, after still-unexplained sonic attacks injured nearly two dozen U.S. diplomats and forced relations between the two countries to regress even further under the Trump administration.
In an updated travel warning, the State Department said “we believe U.S. citizens may also be at risk” after the diplomatic incidents and that attacks have also occurred at “hotels frequented by U.S. citizens.”
The U.S. is withdrawing 60% of its embassy staff and evacuating nonemergency workers and their families “to protect the safety of our personnel.”
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, in remarks on Friday, said that while there are no reports of American tourists being affected, he has no “definitive answers on the cause or source of the attacks and is unable to recommend a means to mitigate exposure.”
“The health, safety, and well-being of our Embassy community is our greatest concern. We will continue to aggressively investigate these attacks until the matter is resolved.
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