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US Diplomats / Mystery Health Attacks #1132793

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 09, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) An exclusive NBC interview with mother of one of the American diplomats, Catherine Werner††, injured in a mysterious health attack in China, presented; details given about similar cases for US diplomats in Cuba in 2016. [Werner's mother Laura HUGHES††- comments on her daughter's health & how our diplomats are not safe around the world; the State Department has to "find out what this thing is."] [State Department spokeswoman Heather NAUERT†- comments on the health attacks.] [NBC News national political reporter Josh LEDERMAN†- says Catherine was diagnosed with a brain injury.] The State Department response to events in China outlined on screen.

Snow, Kate;
Mitchell, Andrea

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