Danish authorities searching for a journalist who went missing from a homemade submarine have found a female body in waters off an island south of Copenhagen on Monday – but she has not yet been identified, according to a report. Police investigator Jens Mller Jensen told reporters Monday afternoon that a female torso — without...
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