Journalist diesTimes, 10 December 1990, page 2
Simon O'Dwyer-Russell, the defence and diplomatic journalist, died of a heart attack at the weekend, aged 29. He had worked since 1986 for the Sunday Telegraph and previously for Jane's Defence Weekly. His report on a massacre of captured Swapo guerrillas in Namibia provided a world exclusive. Mr O'Dwyer-Russell, who underwent heart surgery earlier this year, leaves a widow.
- Reporter Simon O'Dwyer-Russell's obituary in Sunday Telegraph, 16 December 1990 The paper's own Defence and Diplomatic Correspondent with “unrivalled access to both the Armed Forces and the security services at all levels” died aged 29
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