E1.RU: journalist Natalia Popova, who stopped communicating on November 16, died
Natalia Popova, a Russian journalist, former editor-in-chief of E1.RU, who stopped communicating on November 16, died. This was reported on Monday, November 29, by E1.RU.
Popova was also the development director of the City Portals Network, and worked at 66.RU.
As noted by the Telegram-channel “NeMalakhov”, she was found dead in her apartment. The journalist last answered calls and messages on November 15. Former colleagues went to her home, but no one opened the door. The body was found by emergency services.
“Natalia quit at the end of October: she was going to fly away to rest. However, after November 16, she stopped communicating. Today, two weeks later, it became known about her death, ”says E1.RU.
Olga Prokhorova, editorial director of the City Portals Network, noted that Popova was wise, sensitive and caring. “This manifested itself both in work and in friendly communication. This is a huge loss, which is now impossible to realize, “she shared.
On November 22, at the age of 88, Igor Bugaev, the former editor-in-chief of the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper, died. According to the preliminary version, the cause of the death of the journalist was a heart attack. Other details were not disclosed.