Missing journalist died in submarine accident, inventor tells police

Missing journalist died in submarine accident, inventor tells police

Missing journalist died in submarine accident, inventor tells police

Danish police said the search for her body by helicopters, ships and divers over the weekend would continue on Monday.

A woman's headless torso has been found in Copenhagen - but police have warned it is too early to tell if it is missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall. She had reported from all over the world, including from North Korea, Sri Lanka and the Marshall Islands.

Photos of the two emerged online standing next to each other in the sub's tower. The submarine was later reported missing, and rescue crews located it at around midday on 11 August in Køge Bay, about 30 miles south of the Danish capital. Madsen explained that he had problems with the tank and that due to this the sinking occurred, while police spokesman, Jens Møller, stated that it seems the submarine was sunk deliberately.

Mr Madsen appeared calm during an interview with Danish television shortly after the submarine sank, saying: "I am fine, but sad because Nautilus went down".

TV2 showed images of Madsen being interrogated by police after his rescue. She was last seen with Madsen aboard his submarine as it departed.

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She had been researching a feature about Mr Madsen and his 40-tonne submarine, which at one stage was the largest privately-made vessel of its kind.

Wall's body has not yet been found. This according to a police press release.

A native of Malmö, Sweden, Wall graduated from Columbia University with masters degrees in journalism and worldwide affairs.

Wall has worked as a reporter for several outlets, including The New York Times and Vice. She received a bachelor's degree from the London School of Economics & Political Science.

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