Talk:Katya Adler

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She studied German and Italian as modern languages at the University of Bristol,[3][4][5] where she undertook journalism tasks for The Times, Reuters and Blue Danube Radio.

What are "journalism tasks"? Making tea for reporters? Photocopying press releases? And why did she "undertake" these tasks in Bristol and not elsewhere? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 219.78.164.90 (talk) 12:02, 30 June 2015 (UTC)

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