What does the bolded には mean in the following sentence?
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It's a particle に (marking a direction/destination) followed by a topic/contrast marker は. は is used because there is a weak contrast between what's happening to his 目の前 and what's happening to his 耳.
(literally) into my ears, an excited voice of a foreigner with silver hair was coming.