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Norman Macswan dies age 91

Norman Macswan, who worked as a war correspondent, foreign correspondent and was the associate editor of the Australian Associated Press (AAP) has died aged 91. After covering the Korean War in the early 1950s he worked in London, Jakarta, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and New York before returning to Australia as a senior editor in the newsroom,
"Norman was a gifted journalist with a love of language and current affairs which endured until the day he died," said former AAP editor John Coomber. "He inspired many a young journalist, including myself, and he will be sadly missed." link