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• sabato 23

.Tudor Caranfil, 87, Romanian film critic.

.Domingos de Oliveira, 82, Brazilian film director, screenwriter and actor.

.Jacques Dessemme, 93, French Olympic basketball player (1952).

.Denise DuBarry, 63, American actress (Black Sheep Squadron, Being There) and businesswoman, fungus.

.Rafi Eitan, 92, Israeli intelligence officer and politician, member of the Knesset (2006–2009) and Minister of Pensioner Affairs (2006–2009).

.Victor Hochhauser, 95, Slovak-born British music promoter.

.Shahnaz Rahmatullah, 67, Bangladeshi singer, heart attack.

• venerdì 22

.Jack Absalom, 91, Australian artist and adventurer.

.Frans Andriessen, 89, Dutch politician, Minister of Finance (1977–1980), European Commissioner (1981–1993).

.Dino De Antoni, 82, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Gorizia (1999–2012).

.Valentina Dvoryaninova, 91, Russian singer.

.Art Mazmanian, 91, American baseball player and manager (Newark Orioles, Oneonta Yankees).

.Arlen Ness, 79, American motorcycle designer and entrepreneur.

.C. S. Shivalli, 58, Indian politician, heart attack.

• giovedì 21

.Arkadiy Aladyin, 61, Russian drummer (Alexander Rosenbaum, Poyushchiye Gitary).

.Anna Maria Canopi, 87, Italian Benedectine abbess and spiritual writer.

.Mike Cofer, 58, American football player (Detroit Lions), amyloidosis.

.Marcel Detienne, 83, Belgian historian.

.Yuri Grigoriev, 86, Russian architect.

.R. Kanagaraj, 67, Indian politician, member of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, heart attack.

.Gonzalo Portocarrero Maisch, 69, Peruvian sociologist, lung cancer.

.Francis Quinn, 97, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Sacramento (1980–1993).

.Nicola Sgrò, 81, Italian composer and conductor.

.Haku Shah, 85, Indian artist, cardiac arrest.

.Paul Kouassivi Vieira, 69, Beninese Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Djougou (since 1995).

.Pyotr Zaychenko, 75, Russian film and theater actor (Planet Parade, Taxi Blues, Leningrad 46).

.Margarita Zharova, 93, Russian actress (The Young Guard, Tale About the Lost Time, Carnival).

• mercoledì 20

.Joseph Victor Adamec, 83, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Altoona–Johnstown (1987–2011).

.Anatoly Adoskin, 91, Russian actor (Seven Old Men and a Girl, The Brothers Karamazov, Moscow-Cassiopeia), People's Artist of the Russian Federation (1996).

.Eunetta T. Boone, 63, American television writer and producer (One on One, Raven's Home, The Hughleys), heart attack.

.Joaquín Calomarde, 62, Spanish teacher and politician, Deputy (2000–2008).

.Pierre Chanoine-Martiel, 97, French pilot.

.Tina Costa, 93, Italian partisan.

.Joyce Anne Flint, 83, American dress designer and real estate broker, cancer.

.Nobuhiko Higashikuni, 74, Japanese Imperial prince.

.Rose Hilton, 87, British painter.

.Noel Hush, 94, Australian chemist.

.Randy Jackson, 93, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians).

.Ken Jacobson, 60, American talent manager (Michelle Williams, Hilary Swank, James Franco).

.Donald Kalpokas, 75, ni-Vanuatu politician, Prime Minister (1991, 1998–1999).

.Panos Koutrouboussis, 82, Greek writer and artist.

.Antonio Menegazzo, 87, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Apostolic Administrator of El Obeid (1996–2010).

.Terje Nilsen, 67, Norwegian singer-songwriter.

.Milan Píka, 96, Slovak WWII RAF veteran, and Czech and Slovak brigadier general.

.Fraser Robertson, 47, Scottish sports journalist (Sky Sports, STV).

.Keyvan Vahdani, 27, Iranian footballer (Paykan), landslide.

.Mary Warnock, Baroness Warnock, 94, British philosopher.

• martedì 19

.Arthur Bartman, 46, South African footballer (Kaizer Chiefs, Maritzburg United).

.Boris Dubrovin, 68, Russian mathematician, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

.Thanasis Giannakopoulos, 88, Greek businessman (Panathinaikos A.O.).

.Tony Greenfield, 87, British statistician.

.Chuck Harmon, 94, American baseball player (Cincinnati Redlegs, St. Louis Cardinals).

.Marlen Khutsiev, 93, Georgian-born Russian film director (I Am Twenty, July Rain, Infinitas), People's Artist of the USSR (1986).

.Brenda Muntemba, 48, Zambian diplomat, High Commissioner to Kenya, complications from a traffic collision.

.Mick Murphy, 77, English rugby player (St Helens, Leigh). {death announced on this date}

.Lance Oswald, 82, Australian footballer (St Kilda).

.Bill Phelps, 84, American politician, Lieutenant Governor of Missouri (1972–1980).

.Maurílio Jorge Quintal de Gouveia, 86, Portuguese Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Évora (1981–2008).

.S.B. Sinha, 74, Indian judge.

.Ian Thorogood, 82, Australian football player (Melbourne) and coach (Carlton).

.Makota Valdina, 75, Brazilian mãe-de-santo and activist.

• lunedì 18

.Egon Balas, 96, Romanian mathematician.

.György Baló, 71, Hungarian broadcaster.

.John Carl Buechler, 66, American visual effects artist and film director (Troll, Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood, Hatchet), prostate cancer.

.Marcel-Pierre Cléach, 86, French politician, Senator (1995–2014), mayor of Lombron (1995–2011).

.Jackie Fahey, 91, Irish politician, Teachta Dála (1965–1992).

.Gino Falleri, 92, Italian journalist.

.José Galat, 90, Colombian politician and academic.

.Leif Henriksson, 75, Swedish ice hockey player (Frölunda HC). {death announced on this date}

.Tova Ilan, 89, Israeli politician, member of the Knesset (2006).

.Roger Kirby, 79, American professional wrestler (CSW, WWA, NWA Mid-America), pneumonia.

.Dessie Larkin, 49, Irish politician.

.Roy McDowell, 71, Scottish footballer (Berwick Rangers). {death announced on this date}

.Lorenzo Orsetti, 33, Italian volunteer soldier, shot.

.Pioneerof the Nile, 13, American racing thoroughbred, heart attack.

.Kenneth To, 26, Hong Kong-born Australian swimmer, FINA Swimming World Cup overall winner (2012), Youth Olympics champion (2010).

.Augusto Victa, 87, Filipino radio drama actor.

• domenica 17

.Gil da Costa Alves, 60, East Timorese politician and entrepreneur, heart attack.

.Ulf Bengtsson, 59, Swedish table tennis player.

.Dan Blankenship, 95, Canadian treasure hunter (Oak Island).

.Bill Burlison, 88, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Missouri's 10th district (1969–1981).

.Mick Carley, 78, Irish Gaelic footballer (Westmeath).

.Cristina Cervià Sancho, 53, Spanish actress (Exorcismus).

.René Fontès, 77, French politician.

.Víctor Genes, 57, Paraguayan football player (Cerro Porteño) and manager (Trinidense, national team), heart attack.

.Norman Hollyn, 66, American film and television editor (Heathers, Wild Palms, The Equalizer), coronary embolism and cardiac arrest.

.Jorge Insunza Becker, 82, Chilean engineer and politician, Deputy (1969–1973).

.Viktor Kutergin, 66, Russian hockey player (Dinamo-Energija Yekaterinburg).

.Cino Marchese, 81, Italian sport manager.

.Mario Marenco, 85, Italian actor (In the Pope's Eye, Sing) and comedian (Another Side of Sunday).

.João Carlos Marinho, 83, Brazilian writer (O Gênio do Crime)

.Paul-André Massé, 71, Canadian politician.

.Wolfgang Meyer, 64, German clarinetist.

.Philippe Mohlitz, 78, French artist.

.José Musalem Saffie, 94, Chilean politician, Senator (1965–1973) and Deputy (1953–1965).

.Manohar Parrikar, 63, Indian politician, MP (2014–2017), Minister of Defence (2014–2017) and Chief Minister of Goa (2000–2005, 2012–2014, since 2017), pancreatic cancer.

.Osvaldo Raffo, 88, Argentine medical examiner, expert witness at death of Alberto Nisman trial, suicide by gunshot.

.Enrico Riccardi, 84, Italian composer and lyricist.

.Chinmoy Roy, 79, Indian actor (Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne, Ekhoni, Subarna Golak), heart attack.

.Richie Ryan, 90, Irish politician, Teachta Dála (1959–1982), MEP (1973–1977, 1979–1982) and Minister for Finance (1973–1977).

.William Sabatier, 95, French actor (The Sleeping Car Murders, The Clockmaker, Flic Story).

.Yuri Schiller, 76, Russian film documentary director.

.Peter Semyonov, 84, Russian writer and translator.

.Viktor Solntzev, 72, Russian athletics coach.

.Bernie Tormé, 66, Irish guitarist, singer and songwriter (Gillan, Guy McCoy Tormé, Desperado), pneumonia.

.Yuya Uchida, 79, Japanese singer (Flower Travellin' Band) and actor (Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Black Rain), pneumonia.

.David White, 79, American singer-songwriter (Danny & the Juniors, The Spokesmen).

.Andre Williams, 82, American R&B singer and songwriter ("Shake a Tail Feather"), colon cancer.

.Tunku Puan Zanariah, 78, Malaysian royal, Raja Permaisuri Agong (1984–1989).

• sabato 16

.Timothy A. Barrow, 85, American politician, member of the Arizona House of Representatives (1966–1973), Mayor of Phoenix (1974–1976), Alzheimer's disease and cancer.

.Justin Carter, 35, American country singer, accidental shooting.

.Dick Dale, 81, American guitarist and surf music pioneer ("Let's Go Trippin'", "Misirlou"), heart failure.

.Richard Erdman, 93, American actor (Community, Stalag 17, Tora! Tora! Tora!).

.Joe Fafard, 76, Canadian sculptor, stomach cancer.

.Barbara Hammer, 79, American filmmaker (Nitrate Kisses, Tender Fictions), ovarian cancer.

.Tom Hatten, 92, American actor (The Secret of NIMH, Spies Like Us) and media personality (KTLA).

.Gilbert Hottois, 72, Belgian philosopher.

.Yann-Fañch Kemener, 61, French singer.

.Amos Kloner, 79, Israeli archaeologist. {death announced on this date}

.Alan Krueger, 58, American economist, suicide.

.Mohamed Mahmoud Ould Louly, 76, Mauritanian military officer and politician, Chairman of the Military Committee for National Salvation (1979–1980).

.Yulia Nachalova, 38, Russian singer, actress and television presenter, cerebral edema.

.Virachai Plasai, 58, Thai diplomat, myelodysplastic syndrome.

.Stephen Rolfe Powell, 67, American glass artist.

• venerdì 15

.Luca Alinari, 75, Italian painter.

.Juan Manuel Arza Muñuzuri, 86, Spanish politician, President of Navarre (1980–1984).

.Larry DiTillio, 71, American television writer (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Beast Wars: Transformers, Babylon 5).

.Atta Elayyan, 33, Kuwaiti-born New Zealand footballer (national futsal team) and IT entrepreneur, shot.

.Okwui Enwezor, 55, Nigerianart critic and writer, curator of the Venice Biennale (2015), cancer.

.Bengt Gustafsson, 85, Swedish military officer, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces (1986–1994).

.Dave Hood Jr., 64, American politician, member of the Florida House of Representatives (2012–2014), brain cancer.

.Lam Jones, 60, American sprinter and football player (New York Jets, Dallas Cowboys), Olympic champion (1976), myeloma.

.Helena Khan, 91, Bangladeshi children's writer.

.Wieslaw Kilian, 66, Polish politician, member of the Sejm (2005–2007, 2010–2011), Senator (since 2011).

.Patty Klein, 73, Dutch poet and comics writer (Noortje).

.Derek Lewin, 88, English footballer (Bishop Auckland, Great Britain Olympic football team).

.Günther Lohre, 65, German Olympic athlete (1976).

.W. S. Merwin, 91, American poet, Pulitzer winner (1971, 2009).

.Dominique Noguez, 76, French writer, Prix Femina winner (1997).

.Ron Peplow, 83, English footballer (Brentford).

.Y. S. Vivekananda Reddy, 68, Indian politician, member of the Lok Sabha (1999–2009), stabbed.

.Jean-Pierre Richard, 96, French literary critic.

.Ezequiel Santiago, 45, American politician, member of the Connecticut House of Representatives (since 2009), heart attack.

.Gerhard Skiba, 71, Austrian politician, mayor of Braunau am Inn (1989–2010).

.Mike Thalassitis, 26, English-born Cypriot footballer (Boreham Wood, Ebbsfleet United) and reality show personality (Love Island), suicide by hanging.

.Surinarayan Venkatrathnam, 84, South African political prisoner and writer.

• giovedì 14

.Paul Adams, 82, American football player and coach (Deerfield High School).

.Birch Bayh, 91, American politician, U.S. Senator (1963–1981), member (1954–1962) and Speaker (1958–1960) of the Indiana House of Representatives, pneumonia.

.Rosamma Chacko, 91, Indian politician, MLA (1982–1997).

.Godfried Danneels, 85, Belgian Roman Catholic cardinal, Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels (1979–2010).

.Terry Donahue, 93, Canadian baseball player (Peoria Redwings).

.Thomas Goddard, 81, Polish-born New Zealand jurist, Chief Employment Court Judge (1989–2005).

.Henry S. Horn, 77, American ecologist.

.Paul Hutchins, 73, British tennis player, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

.Joe Knowland, 88, American actor (Escape from Alcatraz, Little Miss Marker) and newspaper publisher (Oakland Tribune).

.Masahiko Kobe, 49, Japanese chef.

.Pat Laffan, 79, Irish actor (Father Ted, The Snapper).

.Mate Mahadevi, 74, Indian Hindu sect leader, author and Lingayatism activist, sepsis.

.Ralph Metzner, 82, American psychologist.

.Ilona Novák, 93, Hungarian swimmer, Olympic champion (1952).

.Onigu Otite, 80, Nigerian sociologist.

.Sir William Stanley Peart, 96, British medical researcher.

.Jake Phelps, 56, American skateboarder and magazine editor (Thrasher).

.Anita Silvers, 78, American philosopher.

.Michael Skråmo, 33, Norwegian Islamic militant (ISIL). {death announced on this date}

.Lester H. Smith, 76, American oil executive and philanthropist.

.Jan Šplíchal, 89, Czech photographer and photomontagist.

.Charlie Whiting, 66, British motorsports director, FIA Formula 1 race director (since 1997), pulmonary embolism.

.Stanislav Zindulka, 86, Czech actor, Czech Lion and Thalia Award recipient.

• mercoledì 13

.Keith Butler, 80, British racing cyclist.

.Frank Cali, 53, American mobster, head of Gambino crime family (since 2015), shot.

.Edmund Capon, 78, British-born Australian art historian and curator, director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales (1978–2011), melanoma.

.Zofia Czerwinska, 85, Polish actress (A Generation, Ashes and Diamonds, The Pianist).

.Beril Dedeoglu, 57, Turkish politician and academic, Minister of European Union Affairs (2015), brain hemorrhage.

.Howard Hibbett, 98, American translator.

.Harry Hughes, 92, American politician, Governor of Maryland (1979–1987), member of the Maryland House of Delegates (1955–1959) and Senate (1959–1971).

.Ghazali Jaafar, 75, Filipino militant (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) and politician, Speaker of the Bangsamoro Parliament (since 2019), kidney failure.

.Demie Mainieri, 90, American Hall of Fame baseball coach (Miami Dade College).

.Ken McKinnon, 82, Canadian politician, Commissioner of Yukon (1986–1995), member of the Yukon Territorial Council (1961–1964, 1967–1978).

.Areg Nazaryan, 54, Armenian musician, composer and film director.

.Joseph Hanson Kwabena Nketia, 97, Ghanaian ethnomusicologist and composer.

.Carlos Ossa Escobar, 71, Colombian economist and politician, Comptroller General (1998–2002).

.Andrea Pollack, 57, German swimmer, Olympic champion (1976, 1980), cancer.

.Valeriy Potanin, 64, Russian stage actor and director.

.Leroy Stanton, 72, American baseball player (New York Mets, California Angels, Seattle Mariners), traffic collision.

• martedì 12

.John Bardo, 70, American educator, president of Wichita State University (since 2012), lung disease.

.Vera Bílá, 64, Czech singer, heart attack.

.Stu Briese, 72, Canadian politician, MLA (2007–2016).

.Renato Cipollini, 73, Italian football player (SPAL, Atalanta) and executive, president of Bologna (2001–2004).

.Günter Dreyer, 75, German Egyptologist.

.Laís Elena, 76, Brazilian basketball player.

.Karl Fischer, 70, Hungarian-born Canadian architect.

.Bill Fotherby, 88, English businessman and football club chairman (Leeds United, Harrogate Town).

.Mirek Hoffmann, 83, Czech country singer, composer and lyricist.

.Joachim Mbadu Kikhela Kupika, 87, Congolese Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Boma (1975–2001).

.John Kilzer, 62, American singer and songwriter, suicide by hanging.

.Albert P. Koppes, 85, American Roman Catholic priest and academic dean (Loyola Marymount University).

.Leopold Kozlowski, 100, Polish composer and pianist.

.Alberto Lois, 62, Dominican baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates).

.Joseph C. Miller, 79, American historian.

.Eurico Miranda, 74, Brazilian football chairman (Vasco da Gama) and politician, Deputy (1995–2002).

.Alan Moss, 88, English cricketer (Middlesex, MCC, national team).

.Hermann Mucke, 84, Austrian astronomer, founder and editor of Sternenbote.

.Sir John Richardson, 95, British art historian and Picasso biographer.

.Tom K. Ryan, 92, American cartoonist (Tumbleweeds).

.Marjorie W. Sharmat, 90, American author, respiratory failure.

.Tom Skjønberg, 70, Norwegian sailor.

.Joffre Stewart, 93, American beat poet and anarchist.

• lunedì 11

.Danny Ben-Israel, 75, Israeli musician.

.Hal Blaine, 90, American Hall of Fame drummer (The Wrecking Crew).

.Martín Chirino, 94, Spanish sculptor.

.John Dawson, 91, New Zealand botanist and academic (Victoria University of Wellington).

.Demétrius, 76, Brazilian singer.

.Willie Ellison, 73, American football player (Los Angeles Rams, Kansas City Chiefs).

.Desmond Ford, 90, Australian evangelical theologian.

.Pertti Koivulahti, 67, Finnish ice hockey player (Tappara).

.Danny Kustow, 63, English rock guitarist (Tom Robinson Band), pneumonia and liver infection.

.Jim Raman, 42, American reality television contestant (The Amazing Race).

.Sundar Lal Tiwari, 61, Indian politician, MLA (since 2013), heart attack.

.Antônio Wilson Vieira Honório, 75, Brazilian football player (Santos, national team) and manager (Valeriodoce), world champion (1962), heart attack.

.Speros Vryonis, 90, American historian.

.Peter Wong Man-kong, 70, Hong Kong shipping magnate and politician, member of the National People's Congress (since 1993).

.Xing Shizhong, 80, Chinese general, President of the PLA National Defence University (1995–2002).

.Gloria Zea, 83, Colombian cultural manager, founder and Director of the Bogotá Museum of Modern Art (1969–2016).

• domenica 10

.Asa Brebner, 65, American guitarist, singer and songwriter (The Modern Lovers, Robin Lane & The Chartbusters).

.Anton Buteyko, 71, Ukrainian diplomat, Ambassador to the United States (1998–1999) and Romania (2000–2003).

.Karl Eller, 91, American businessman.

.Josef Feistmantl, 80, Austrian luger, Olympic (1964), world (1969), and European (1967) champion.

.Russell Gary, 59, American football player (New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles), heart attack.

.Raven Grimassi, 67, American Wiccan priest and writer, pancreatic cancer.

.Charlie Karp, 65, American musician, songwriter and Emmy-winning documentarian.

.Irsen Küçük, 79, Cypriot politician, Prime Minister of Northern Cyprus (2010–2013), heart attack.

.Lee Chae-wook, 53, South Korean businessman.

.Gordon McIntosh, 93, Scottish-born Australian politician, Senator (1974–1987).

.Gabriel Moreno, 77, Spanish flamenco singer.

.Eric Moss, 44, American football player (Minnesota Vikings, Scottish Claymores).

.Charles Mutschler, 63, American archivist, traffic collision.

.Gheorghe Naghi, 86, Romanian film director (Telegrame).

.William Powers Jr., 72, American educator, President of the University of Texas at Austin (2006–2015), complications from a fall.

.Joe Ruisi, 82, American cartoonist and illustrator.

.Al Silverman, 92, American sports writer.

.Angus Sinclair, 73, Scottish serial killer.

.Alekos Spanoudakis, 91, Greek basketball player (Olympiacos).

.Paul Talalay, 95, German-born American pharmacologist, congestive heart failure.

.René Arnold Valero, 88, American Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn, New York (1980–2005).

.Notable people who died in the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 plane crash:

.Pius Adesanmi, 47, Nigerian-Canadian professor and writer.

.Glato Kodjo, Togolese botanist, professor of botanical studies at the University of Lomé.

.Abdishakur Shahad, Somali diplomat.

.Sebastiano Tusa, 66, Italian archaeologist and politician.

• sabato 9

.Sveinung Aarnseth, 85, Norwegian footballer (Lyn, national team).

.Jed Allan, 84, American actor (Days of Our Lives, Santa Barbara, Lassie).

.Joe Auer, 77, American football player (Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Atlanta Falcons).

.Tom Ballard, 30, British rock climber, rock climbing accident. (body discovered on this date)

.George Benson, 90, American jazz saxophonist.

.Alberto Bucci, 70, Italian basketball coach (Fortitudo Bologna, Virtus Bologna, Scaligera Verona), cancer.

.Chokoleit, 46, Filipino actor (Love Spell, Marina, Asintado) and comedian, heart attack.

.Bernard Binlin Dadié, 103, Ivorian novelist, playwright and poet, Minister of Culture (1977–1986).

.Vladimir Etush, 96, Russian actor (Kidnapping, Caucasian Style, The Twelve Chairs, 31 June), People's Artist of the USSR (1984), heart failure.

.Patrick Grandperret, 72, French film director and screenwriter (Murderers).

.Heo Yong-mo, 53, South Korean boxer, stomach cancer.

.Harry Howell, 86, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (New York Rangers, Los Angeles Kings).

.Atka Janoušková, 88, Czech actress, voice actress and singer (Maya the Honey Bee, Long Live Ghosts!, Amadeus). {death announced on this date}

.Jadwiga Janus, 87, Polish sculptor.

.Wenche Kvamme, 68, Norwegian actress, cancer.

.Robert Lemaître, 90, French footballer.

.Viorel Mardare, 37, Moldovan director and filmmaker.

.Albert Marencin, 96, Slovak writer, translator and screenwriter.

.Pierre de Saintignon, 70, French politician.

.Olatoye Temitope Sugar, 47, Nigerian politician, MP (since 2015), shot.

.Johnny Thompson, 84, American magician.

.Kevin Ward, 57, American baseball player (San Diego Padres), brain cancer.

.Wally Yamaguchi, 60, Japanese professional wrestling manager (AJPW, FMW, WWF), stroke.

• venerdì 8

.Raoul Barrière, 91, French rugby union player (AS Béziers, national team) and coach (RC Narbonne).

.Boyong Baytion, Filipino television director (Abangan Ang Susunod Na Kabanata, Palibhasa Lalake, Home Along Da Riles).

.Marshall Brodien, 84, American magician and actor (The Bozo Show), complications from Alzheimer's disease.

.Nothando Dube, 31, Swazi royal, skin cancer.

.Michael Gielen, 91, Austrian conductor.

.D. Shelton A. Gunaratne, 79, Sri Lankan-born American academic.

.Cedrick Hardman, 70, American football player (San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders).

.Roland Hedlund, 85, Swedish actor (Ådalen 31, The Hunters), stroke.

.Frank Joranko, 88, American football and baseball player and coach (Albion).

.Ian Lawrence, 82, Australian-born New Zealand politician, Mayor of Wellington (1983-1986), bowel cancer.

.Jack Lyon, 101, British RAF pilot, member of the Great Escape.

.David Martin, 89, British sociologist and Anglican priest.

.Mel Miller, 79, American lawyer and politician, member (1971-1991) and Speaker (1987-1991) of the New York State Assembly, lung cancer.

.George Morfogen, 85, American actor (Oz, V).

.Mesrob II Mutafyan of Constantinople, 62, Turkish religious leader, Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople (1998–2016), dementia.

.Jaume Muxart, 96, Spanish painter.

.George Neikrug, 100, American cellist.

.Nate Ramsey, 77, American football player (Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans Saints).

.Bernard Saules, 64, French football referee and politician.

.Eddie Taylor Jr., 46, American blues singer and guitarist, heart failure.

.Cynthia Thompson, 96, Jamaican Olympic sprinter (1948) and CAC champion (1946).

.Mike Watterson, 76, English snooker player, promoter and commentator.

• giovedì 7

.Dick Beyer, 88, American Hall of Fame professional wrestler (AJPW, WWA, AWA).

.Joseph H. Boardman, 70, American railroad executive, president and CEO of Amtrak (2008–2016), complications from a stroke.

.Robert Braithwaite, 75, British marine engineer and executive, founder of Sunseeker.

.Johnny Brittain, 86–87, British motorcycle racer.

.Pino Caruso, 84, Italian actor (La governante, The Sunday Woman, Il ficcanaso).

.Kelly Catlin, 23, American cyclist, Olympic silver medalist (2016) and world champion (2016, 2017, 2018), suicide by asphyxiation.

.William J. Creber, 87, American art director and production designer (The Poseidon Adventure, The Towering Inferno, Planet of the Apes), complications from pneumonia.

.Raymond Donnez, 76, French music producer and conductor.

.Guillaume Faye, 69, French journalist and writer, cancer.

.Daniel de Fernando, 81, Spanish pharmacist and politician, Deputy (1977–1979), President of Ávila province (1979–1982, 1987–1991).

.Ralph Hall, 95, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1981–2015) and the Texas Senate (1963–1973).

.Dan Jenkins, 90, American author and sportswriter (Sports Illustrated, Golf Digest, Playboy).

.Patrick Lane, 79, Canadian poet, heart attack.

.Hi Duk Lee, 79, Korean-born American businessman, cancer.

.Sam Miller, 97, American businessman (Forest City).

.Dick Nichols, 92, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1991–1993).

.Pilar Paz Pasamar, 87, Spanish poet.

.Carmine Persico, 85, American mobster and convicted racketeer, head of Colombo crime family (1973–1990, since 1993), complications from diabetes.

.Rosto, 50, Dutch artist and filmmaker, lung cancer.

.Ron Russell, 92, New Zealand-born Canadian politician, member (1978–2006) and Speaker (1998–1999) of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.

.Sidney Sheinberg, 84, American lawyer and studio executive, President of MCA Inc. (1973–1995).

.Shen Ziyin, 91, Chinese physician and medical researcher, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

.Issei Suda, 78, Japanese photographer.

.Anne Sjerp Troelstra, 79, Dutch mathematician.

.Lotte van der Zee, 20, Dutch model, complications from a heart attack.

• mercoledì 6

.Sir Simon Cassels, 91, British admiral, Second Sea Lord (1982–1986).

.Ernesto Horacio Crespo, 89, Argentine military officer, Chief of the General Staff of the Argentine Air Force (1985–1989).

.James Dapogny, 78, American jazz musicologist and pianist.

.Magenta Devine, 61, British television presenter (Rough Guide, Network 7).

.Alí Domínguez, 26, Venezuelan journalist and politician, beaten.

.Typist Gopu, 85, Indian actor.

.Mike Grose, British bassist (Queen).

.John Habgood, 91, British Anglican bishop, academic, and life peer, Bishop of Durham (1973–1983), Archbishop of York (1983–1995).

.Rachel Ingalls, 78, American author, multiple myeloma.

.Oleg Kudryavtzev, 42, Russian drummer.

.Mai Chao-cheng, 77, Taiwanese economist, member of Academia Sinica.

.Kayoko Moriyama, 78, Japanese singer and actress.

.Alizon Mosquera, 33, Colombian psychologist, politician and kidnap victim, injuries from torture.

.Gordon Osbaldeston, 88, Canadian civil servant.

.Charlie Panigoniak, 72, Canadian Inuktitut singer and guitarist.

.José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, 78, Spanish lawyer, diplomat and politician, Deputy (1977–1982) and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1980–1982), co-Father of the 1978 Constitution.

.Carlitos Rolán, 78, Argentine singer and band leader, kidney failure.

.Daniel Rudisha, 73, Kenyan sprinter, Olympic silver medalist (1968), heart attack.

.Carolee Schneemann, 79, American visual artist.

.John Smith, Australian anthropologist and leader of God's Squad, cancer.

.Maya Turovskaya, 94, Russian theatrical and film critic, film historian and screenwriter.

• martedì 5

.Richard Allen, 90, Canadian politician.

.Annie Brazil, 85, Filipino jazz singer, complications from pneumonia.

.Chu Shijian, 91, Chinese businessman (Hongtashan), complications from diabetes.

.André Damien, 88, French lawyer and politician, Supreme Court Justice (1981–1997), mayor of Versailles (1977–1995), Deputy (1996–1997).

.Ding Yi, 91, Chinese engineer and business executive, founded Dongfang Electric.

.Moris Farhi, 84, Turkish author, Vice-President of PEN International (since 2001), heart disease.

.Stephen Irwin, 79, Canadian architect.

.David Kear, 95, British-born New Zealand geologist and science administrator, director-general of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (1980–1983).

.Bernard Krisher, 87, German-born American journalist (Newsweek, Fortune) and philanthropist.

.Miroljub Lešo, 72, Serbian actor.

.Jacques Loussier, 84, French pianist and composer.

.Boro Maa, 100, Indian religious leader, matriarch of the Matua Mahasangha.

.Luis Matte Valdés, 85, Chilean politician, mayor of La Florida (1961–1964) and Minister of Housing and Urbanism (1972–1973).

.Aleksandr Ozhiganov, 74, Russian poet.

.Doru Popovici, 87, Romanian composer, musicologist, writer and concert manager.

.Esteban Righi, 80, Argentine lawyer and politician, Minister of the Interior (1973) and Attorney General (2004–2012).

.Melina Sosa, 55, Argentine basketball player (Vélez Sarsfield, Racing), traffic collision.

.Abraham Stavans, 86, Mexican actor (El Chavo del Ocho, Once Upon a Scoundrel, Original Sin).

.Manuel Vilanova, 84–85, Spanish poet.

.Dieter Ziegler, 81, German politician.

• lunedì 4

.King Kong Bundy, 63, American professional wrestler (WCCW, WWF) and actor (Married...with Children).

.Eric Caldow, 84, Scottish footballer (Rangers, national team).

.Les Carlyon, 76, Australian writer and newspaper editor (The Age, The Herald).

.Edward Collins, 78, Irish politician, TD (1969–1987).

.Juan Corona, 85, Mexican serial killer.

.Wilbur Cross, 100, American author.

.Garfield Davies, Baron Davies of Coity, 83, British trade unionist (USDAW) and life peer.

.Robert DeProspero, 80, American Secret Service agent, amyloidosis.

.Robert Wagner Dowling, 94, Canadian politician.

.Keith Flint, 49, English singer (The Prodigy), suicide by hanging.

.Art Hughes, 88, Canadian soccer player (Vancouver Firefighters).

.Klaus Kinkel, 82, German politician, Minister of Justice (1991–1992) and Foreign Affairs (1992–1998), Vice Chancellor (1993–1998).

.Dmitriy Koznov, 93, Russian stage actor and television director.

.V. Dhananjay Kumar, 67, Indian politician, MP (1991–2004), Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism (1996), kidney disease.

.Ted Lindsay, 93, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks), Stanley Cup winner (1950, 1952, 1954, 1955).

.Mao Zhiyong, 89, Chinese politician, Party Secretary of Hunan and Jiangxi provinces, Vice Chairman of the CPPCC.

.Karl-Heinz Mrosko, 72, German footballer (Bayern Munich, Hannover 96, Arminia Hannover), pancreatitis and pneumonia.

.Luke Perry, 52, American actor (Beverly Hills, 90210, Riverdale, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), complications from a stroke.

.Albert Redhead, 77, Grenadian lawyer and jurist (Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court).

.Anthony Ríos, 68, Dominican actor and singer-songwriter, heart attack.

.Sara Romweber, 55, American rock drummer (Let's Active), brain tumor.

.Jean Starobinski, 98, Swiss literary critic.

.Michael Thomas, 66, British actor, myeloma.

.Sidney Verba, 86, American political scientist and librarian.

• domenica 3

.Derek Aikman, 59, Belizean politician, MP (1984–1992).

.Tom Bass, 92, American politician.

.John Bloom, 87, English entrepreneur (Rolls Razor).

.Harry Joseph Bowman, 69, American criminal, president of Outlaws Motorcycle Club.

.Leo de Castro, 70, New Zealand singer and guitarist.

.Kate Cook, 36, Australian singer and reality television contestant (Australian Idol).

.Ger Cusack, 77, Irish singer.

.Martí Galindo, 81, Spanish stage actor.

.José García Ladrón de Guevara, 89, Spanish poet and journalist, Senator (1979–2000).

.Kyle Forti, 29, American political consultant, helicopter crash.

.Elva Martha García Rocha, 72, Mexican politician, founder of the Party of the Democratic Revolution and member of the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City (1997–2000).

.Ben Hamilton-Baillie, 63, British architect, cancer.

.Peter Hurford, 88, British organist and composer, complications from Alzheimer's disease.

.Mark Klempner, 62–63, American folklorist. (body discovered on this date)

.Ehud Arye Laniado, 65, Belgian-Israeli billionaire businessman, heart attack during cosmetic surgery.

.Lee Wen, 61, Singaporean performance artist, lung infection.

.Richard Lewis, 79, Australian politician.

.Aziz Mouhoub, 80, Moroccan actor.

.Mike Oliver, 74, British disability rights activist.

.Ian Thorpe, 88, New Zealand army officer.

.Roger W. Titus, 77, American judge, U.S. District Court Judge for the District of Maryland (since 2003), liposarcoma.

.Uroš Toškovic, 86, Montenegrin painter.

• sabato 2

.Bharat Mohan Adhikari, 82, Nepalese politician, Minister of Finance (1994–1995), pneumonia.

.Nabil Ishaq Odeh Al-Mashini, 80, Jordanian actor and broadcaster.

.Reinhold Aman, 82, German-born American chemical engineer and linguist.

.Arnulf Baring, 86, German political scientist, historian and author.

.Yannis Behrakis, 58, Greek photojournalist, cancer.

.Keith Davis, 88, New Zealand rugby union player (Auckland, New Zealand Maori, national team).

.Janice Freeman, 33, American singer and reality show contestant (The Voice), thrombosis.

.Liam Gilmartin, 97, Irish Gaelic footballer (St. Dominics).

.Jack Gregory, 74, American football player (Cleveland Browns, New York Giants).

.Tullio Gregory, 90, Italian philosopher.

.Al Hazan, 84, American musician (B. Bumble and the Stingers), songwriter and record producer.

.David Held, 68, British political scientist.

.Fred Hill, 84, American baseball coach (Rutgers University).

.Med Hondo, 82, Mauritanian-French film director (Soleil O, Sarraounia), screenwriter and actor (1871).

.Ed Keats, 104, American rear admiral, complications from a fall.

.János Koós, 81, Hungarian singer, parodist and actor.

.Francisco Macri, 88, Italian-born Argentine businessman.

.Keith Harvey Miller, 94, American politician, Alaska Secretary of State (1966–1969) and Governor (1969–1970), pancreatic cancer.

.Zaki Mubarak, Moroccan historian.

.Andra Neiburga, 62, Latvian writer.

.Vasyl Portyak, 66, Ukrainian writer and screenwriter.

.Ogden Reid, 93, American publisher, diplomat, and politician, Ambassador to Israel (1959–1961) and member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1963–1975).

.Werner Schneyder, 82, Austrian writer, director and actor.

.Beatriz Taibo, 86, Argentine actress (Los Pérez García).

.Rafael Torija de la Fuente, 91, Spanish Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Santander (1969–1976) and Bishop of Ciudad Real (1976–2003).

.Otto Trefný, 87, Czech politician, MP, physician of the national ice hockey team, member of the Czech Ice Hockey Hall of Fame.

.Eduardo Vázquez, 37, Argentine DJ and musician, suicide by hanging.

• venerdì 1

.Zhores Alferov, 88, Russian physicist and politician, MP (since 1995), Nobel Prize laureate (2000).

.Kumar Bhattacharyya, Baron Bhattacharyya, 78, British-Indian engineer, educator and government advisor, member of the House of Lords (since 2004).

.Jawaid Bhutto, 61, Pakistani philosopher, shot.

.Dhritikanta Lahiri Choudhury, 87, Indian naturalist.

.Joseph Flummerfelt, 82, American conductor, stroke.

.Håkon Wexelsen Freihow, 91, Norwegian diplomat, Ambassador to Japan (1981–1989) and Portugal (1992–1995).

.Phaedon Georgitsis, 80, Greek actor (The Red Lanterns, Blood on the Land, Marijuana Stop!), brain cancer.

.Suren Harutyunyan, 79, Armenian politician, First Secretary of the Armenian Communist Party (1988–1990).

.Maïmouna Kane, 81, Senegalese politician, Minister of Social Development (1983–1988).

.Ivars Knets, 80, Latvian engineer and educator.

.Ludo Loos, 64, Belgian racing cyclist.

.Elly Mayday, 30, Canadian model and women's health advocate, ovarian cancer.

.Eusebio Pedroza, 65, Panamanian Hall of Fame boxer, WBA featherweight champion (1978–1985), pancreatic cancer.

.Kevin Roche, 96, Irish-born American architect, Pritzker Prize winner (1982).

.Polan Sarkar, 97, Bangladeshi social activist.

.Mahadi Sinambela, 71, Indonesian politician, Minister of Youth and Sport (1999–2000).

.Robert S. Summers, 85, American legal scholar.

.Mike Tamoaieta, 23, Samoan-born New Zealand rugby union player (Blues, North Harbour).

.Peter van Gestel, 81, Dutch author.

.Mike Willesee, 76, Australian television journalist (This Day Tonight, Four Corners, A Current Affair), throat cancer.

.Paul Williams, 78, English singer (Zoot Money's Big Roll Band, Juicy Lucy, Allan Holdsworth).

.Hennric David Yeboah, 62, Ghanaian politician, MP (2004–2015).