Washington expels 15 Cuban diplomats over 'sonic attacks'

Fifteen Cuban diplomats have been expelled from the US. The United States says it took the decision after Havana failed to protect its staff from alleged sonic attacks.

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    Fifteen Cuban diplomats have been expelled from the US.

    The United States says it took the decision after Havana failed to protect its staff from alleged sonic attacks.

    Cuba's government denies accusations that it was involved and is calling the response from the US reckless and unfounded.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Havana.


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