The movie A private war – correspondent Marie Colvin

One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless.

Justice at last for Marie Colvin | News Review | The Sunday Times

To the colleagues of Marie Colvin, the Sunday Times journalist who was killed in Syria in 2012, the black eyepatch she wore for the last decade or so of her life was a defiant symbol of her courage
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‘Tehran’ Is the Latest Israeli Thriller, Emphasis on Thrills – The New York Times

The unabashedly entertaining Apple TV+ series, which follows a young female operative in Iran, is a departure from the gritty, manly espionage dramas Israel is known for, like “Fauda.”
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The tracks on the ice remained

Bodin and Djupfeldt had gone through the ice. The tracks were left when we came down to the bridge towards Skived the next day. I was not an eyewitness to the incident reported in Nya Wermland Tidningen and Värmland Folkblad. And interested as boys of that age are where we were down at Klarälvsstranden and watched. The news was hatched by hockey friends. We’re talking about the 1970s. Djupfeldt was saved by his father. He had thrown himself in but could not hold both. It left its mark on the time.