Stela Popa

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Stela Popa
Born (1982-08-07) August 7, 1982 (age 34)
Coşcodeni, Sângerei District
Nationality USSR,
Moldova
Ethnicity Romanian
Known for journalist Jurnal TV and Vocea Basarabiei
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Stela Popa (born August 7, 1982 in Coşcodeni) is a journalist and author from Moldova.[1] She works for Jurnal TV[2] and Vocea Basarabiei.[3][4]

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Stela Popa was born on August 7, 1982 in Coşcodeni, Sângerei District. She studied at Prometeu-Prim Lyceum and graduated from Moldova State University.[5] She worked for Radio-Sângera, Euro TV Moldova,[6] TV7 (Moldova) and was a correspondent of Antena 1 (Romania) in Chişinău. Stela Popa has been the director of Vocea Basarabiei in Bucharest since June 2009.[7][8] She married the Romanian sociologist Dan Dungaciu in October 2012.[9]

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