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Kim Wall 'stabbed 15 times' onboard Danish inventor's submarine

Cause of journalist’s death yet to be established, court hears, as murder suspect Peter Madsen’s custody is extended
Police technicians are investigating the rescued private owned submarine UC3 Nautilus on August 13, 2017 in Copenhagen Habor. Danish police said Sunday they searched a huge DIY submarine that sank last week in the hunt for a missing journalist who had been aboard before it sank, but no body was found. / AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark AND Scanpix / Jens Noergaard Larsen / Denmark OUT / Getty Images

The suspected killer of Swedish journalist Kim Wall will be detained for four more weeks after a Copenhagen court heard that 15 stab wounds had been found on her body.

Peter Madsen, 46, faces a murder charge over the death’s capital city 10 days after she boarded the inventor’s self-built submarine for an interview.

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