A mystery surrounds the disappearance of an intrepid freelance journalist who was last seen alive boarding a submarine — which authorities now believe was sunk on purpose by the man who built it. Columbia University-educated Kim Wall, 30, boarded the UC3 Nautilus in Copenhagen late Thursday along with Peter Madsen as part of her work...
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Danish authorities searching for the Columbia University-educated journalist last seen boarding a submarine say it’s now a search, “for a dead person.” Freelance journalist Kim Wall, 30, was last seen alive boarding the UC3 Nautilus in Copenhagen with the submarine’s owner Peter Madsen last week, as part of her research for a feature story. “It...
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