CIA removes Vienna chief over handling of mysterious "Havana syndrome" cases
United States intelligence agency CIA has sacked its Austria station chief over the handling of the mysterious Havana Syndrome cases. As per the reports, the agency's Vienna chief received heavy criticism for not taking the surge in cases seriously. CIA Deputy Director David Cohen said not enough information is available about the syndrome. We are "not close enough to make the analytic judgment that people are waiting for," he said.