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Uulu 2-5, Pärnumaakond 86502
E-mail:[email protected]
Objective :
would like to apply for a post of sportreporter. I want to be a very good sportreporter.
Tartu University (Journalism speciality) 1998
Adolf Gymnasium 1994 - 1997
Languages : Russian and English 2000
News 1999 - 2002
News 2002 - 2008
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