Cuban president denies 'sonic' attacks on US diplomats
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Cuba's new leader has denied his country had any involvement in "sonic" attacks against U.S. diplomats in the country.

President Miguel Diaz-Canel told Telesur, a Venezuela-based media network, that Cuba has not "attacked anyone," or violated the rights of any diplomat.

"(The United States) have started threatening again. They've started to impose, and in the middle of all this they have created this fallacy, this defamatory story of alleged 'acoustic' incidents," Diaz said in his first...


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