We are deeply saddened to inform you that one of our writers- Alina Manevskaya died on 20.04.
Art was her great love. She was very talented and ambitious and we will remember her as such.
It was an honor to have had this amazing person in our team.
The most sincere condolences to Alina’s family,
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