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KUALA LUMPUR—A Norwegian woman who disappeared while diving off Malaysia’s southeastern coast was found safe on Thursday, maritime officials said, as a search continued for three other missing people. Diving instructor Kristine Grodem, 35, was among four reported missing on Wednesday about an hour after going on a training dive near Pulau Tokong Sanggol, a small island about 15 kilometers (9.32 miles) off the southern state of Johor. She was with three Europeans identified by authorities as Frenchwoman Alexia Alexandra Molina, 18, Briton Adrian Peter Chesters, 46, and son Nathen Renze Chesters, 14, a Dutch citizen. Grodem was airlifted to safety on Thursday morning after being found by a tugboat about 22 nautical miles from the group’s last reported location, the Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency’s Johor director Nurul Hizam Zakaria told reporters. Grodem told authorities she lost sight of the other divers after the group drifted far from their boat …