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Ω. Vera Glagoleva, 61, Russian actress, People's Artist of Russia (2011), cancer.
Ω. Kira Golovko, 98, Russian actress.
Ω. Tom Hawkins, 80, American basketball player (Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Los Angeles Lakers, Cincinnati Royals).
Ω. Ross Johnson, 77, American politician, member of the California State Assembly (1978–1995) and Senate (1995–2004), cancer.
Ω. Noni Lichtveld88, Dutch writer and illustrator.,
Ω. David Somerset, 11th Duke of Beaufort, 89, British peer, member of the House of Lords (1984–1999).
Ω. Michael Twomey, 83, Irish actor.
Ω. Jo Walker-Meador, 93, American music executive (Country Music Association), stroke.
Ω. Gunnar Birkerts, 92, Latvian-born American architect, heart failure.
Ω. Rondel Clark, 26, American mixed martial artist.
Ω. Pavel Egorov, 69, Russian pianist, cancer.
Ω. Vern Ehlers, 83, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1993–2011).
Ω. Brian Gibson, 80, Australian politician, Senator for Tasmania (1993–2002), cancer.
Ω. Kasatka, 41, American orca, euthanized.
Ω. Joe McGurn, 52, Scottish footballer (St Johnstone, Alloa Athletic, Stenhousemuir), cancer.
Ω. Paul Oliver, 90, British architecture and blues historian.
Ω. Diane Pearson, 85, British book editor (Transworld Publishers) and author.
Ω. Shanmugasundaram, 77, Indian actor (Karagattakaran).
Ω. Andrzej Blumenfeld66, Polish actor (The Pianist, Delivery Man, The Witcher).,
Ω. Frank Broyles, 92, American college football coach and athletic director (Arkansas Razorbacks), Alzheimer's disease.
Ω. Franklin Cleckley, 77, American state judge, member of the Supreme Court of West Virginia (1994–1996).
Ω. Mohammad Ali Falahatinejad, 41, Iranian weightlifter, World champion (2003), kidney infection.
Ω. Abdelkrim Ghallab, 97, Moroccan politician and writer.
Ω. Winston Green, 58, Jamaican dentist and politician, MP (since 2016).
Ω. Joi Harris, American motorcycle racer and stuntwoman (Deadpool 2), motorcycle stunt crash.
Ω. Benard Ighner, 72, American musician, record producer (Who Is This Bitch, Anyway?) and songwriter, lung cancer.
Ω. J. S. Parker, 72, New Zealand painter.
Ω. Stephen Wooldridge, 39, Australian cyclist, Olympic (2004) and world champion (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006), suicide.
Ω. Aung Shwe, 99, Burmese politician and army general.
Ω. Harry Beitzel, 90, Australian football umpire and broadcaster.
Ω. Joseph Bologna, 82, American actor (Blame It on Rio, My Favorite Year, The Big Bus), pancreatic cancer.
Ω. Savino Bernardo Maria Cazzaro Bertollo, 93, Italian-Chilean Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Puerto Montt (1988–2001).
Ω. Nick Mantis, 81, American basketball player (Minneapolis Lakers, St. Louis Hawks, Chicago Zephyrs).
Ω. Basilio Martín Patino, 86, Spanish film and documentary director (Canciones para después de una guerra, Caudillo).
Ω. Victor Pemberton, 85, British writer and television producer (Doctor Who, Fraggle Rock, The Adventures of Black Beauty).
Ω. Slávka Peroutková94, Czech journalist.,
Ω. Carlos Araújo79, Brazilian politician and lawyer.,
Ω. Nils G. Åsling, 89, Swedish entrepreneur, politician and farmer, Minister of Industry (1976–1978, 1979–1982).
Ω. Paul Casanova, 75, Cuban baseball player (Washington Senators, Atlanta Braves), cardiorespiratory complications.
Ω. Neil Chayet, 78, American lawyer and radio personality (WBZ), cancer.
Ω. Zdravko Hebel, 74, Croatian water polo player, Olympic champion (1968) and President of Croatian Olympic Committee (2000–2002).
Ω. Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim, 84, Sudanese writer and feminist.
Ω. Bryan Murray, 74, Canadian ice hockey coach and general manager (Ottawa Senators, Washington Capitals, Detroit Red Wings), colon cancer.
Ω. Ivo Pavlík84, Czech composer and musician, heart failure.,
Ω. Tudor Postelnicu, 85, Romanian politician, police officer and criminal, head of the Securitate (1978–1987), Minister of Internal Affairs (1987–1989).
Ω. John F. Russo, 84, American politician, member of the New Jersey Senate (1974–1992), President of the Senate (1986–1990), esophageal cancer.
Ω. Abdulhussain Abdulredha, 78, Kuwaiti actor and writer.
Ω. Luiz Vicente Bernetti, 83, Italian-born Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Apucarana (2005–2009).
Ω. Segun Bucknor, 71, Nigerian musician, complications from multiple strokes.
Ω. Ted Corbett, 82, English cricket writer (The Hindu).
Ω. Richard Gordon, 95, English author and physician (Doctor).
Ω. Yisrael Kristal, 113, Polish-Israeli supercentenarian and Holocaust survivor, world's oldest living man.
Ω. Lengkuas, 53, Malaysian cartoonist, hypertension with kidney complications.
Ω. Terele Pávez, 78, Spanish actress (Witching & Bitching, La Celestina, The Bar), Goya winner (2013), stroke.
Ω. Eugenio Polgovsky, 40, Mexican filmmaker.
Ω. Daisy Sweeney, 97, Canadian music teacher.
Ω. Rudolf Bata89, Czech ice hockey referee and football official (FACR).,
Ω. Xavier Benguerel i Godó86, Spanish classical music and opera composer.,
Ω. Mike Bergin, 74, American politician, Mayor of Waterbury, Connecticut (1976–1986, 1992–1996).
Ω. Gloria Campisi, 75, American reporter (Philadelphia Daily News), pulmonary fibrosis.
Ω. Alois Eisenträger, 90, German footballer.
Ω. Don Gross, 86, American baseball player (Cincinnati Redlegs, Pittsburgh Pirates).
Ω. Luciano Guerzoni, 82, Italian politician, President of Emilia-Romagna region (1987–1990) and Senator (1992–2006).
Ω. Chris Hesketh, 73, English rugby league player (Wigan, Salford, national team).
Ω. Jamie Hodson, 35, English motorcycle racer, race collision.
Ω. Inamul Haque Khan, 90, Pakistani air marshal and politician, Minister of Interior (1978), Housing and Works (1978–1982, 1997–1999), and Water and Power (1980–1981).
Ω. Jirí Kubena81, Czech poet and art historian.,
Ω. Vijay Nambisan, 64, Indian poet.
Ω. Sheila Natusch, 91, New Zealand naturalist, writer and illustrator.
Ω. Jim Nevin, 86, Australian racing cyclist.
Ω. Sitaram Panchal, 54, Indian actor (Peepli Live, Lajja, Slumdog Millionaire), kidney and lung cancer.
Ω. Zygfryd Perlicki, 85, Polish sailor (Copernicus).
Ω. Ruth Pfau, 87, German-Pakistani nun and physician.
Ω. T. Jack Thompson, 74, British historian.
Ω. Thomas A. Bird, 98, British WWII army officer and architect.
Ω. Jerry Campbell, 73, American football player (Ottawa Rough Riders, Calgary Stampeders).
Ω. Romdhan Chatta77, Tunisian actor.,
Ω. Patricio Echegaray, 70, Argentine politician, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Argentina (since 1986).
Ω. Patricia Giles, 88, Australian women's rights activist and politician, Senator for Western Australia (1981–1993), dementia.
Ω. Ed Greene, 82, American sound engineer (Tony Awards).
Ω. Sanwar Lal Jat, 62, Indian politician, MP for Ajmer (since 2014), Minister of State for Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation (2014–2016), kidney failure.
Ω. Beethoven Javier, 70, Uruguayan football player and coach.
Ω. Johno Johnson, 87, Australian politician, President of the New South Wales Legislative Council (1978–1991).
Ω. Tony Keady, 53, Irish hurler (Killimordaly).
Ω. Kerk Kim Hock, 61, Malaysian politician, MP (1986–2004), complications from deep vein thrombosis.
Ω. Malle Leis, 77, Estonian painter.
Ω. Al McCandless, 90, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1983–1995).
Ω. Robert Joseph Shaheen, 80, American Maronite clergyman, Eparch of Our Lady of Lebanon of Los Angeles (2000–2013).
Ω. Janie Shores, 85, American judge, Alabama Supreme Court (1974–1999), stroke.
Ω. Marián Varga, 70, Slovak organist and composer.
Ω. Danny Walton, 70, American baseball player (Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins).
Ω. Peter Weibel, 66, German racing cyclist, cancer.
Ω. Arleta, 72, Greek singer, songwriter and book illustrator, stroke.
Ω. Jean-Marie Berthier, 77, French poet, traffic collision.
Ω. Blanche Blackwell, 104, Jamaican socialite.
Ω. Julio César Bonino, 70, Uruguayan Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Tacuarembó (since 1990).
Ω. Glen Campbell, 81, American singer ("Rhinestone Cowboy", "By the Time I Get to Phoenix") and actor (True Grit), Grammy winner (1967, 2015), Alzheimer's disease.
Ω. William Cloyd, 84, American architect.
Ω. Barbara Cook, 89, American singer and actress (The Music Man, Sondheim on Sondheim, Candide), respiratory failure.
Ω. Mike Deakin, 83, English footballer (Crystal Palace).
Ω. Max De Pree, 92, American businessman (Herman Miller), cancer and kidney failure.
Ω. Emerson H. Fly, 82, American academic administrator, president of the University of Tennessee system (2001–2002), Parkinson's disease.
Ω. Arlene Gottfried, 66, American photographer, breast cancer.
Ω. Ken Kaiser, 72, American baseball umpire, American League (1977–1999), complications from diabetes.
Ω. Dick MacPherson, 86, American football coach (UMass, Syracuse, New England Patriots).
Ω. Cathleen Synge Morawetz, 94, Canadian mathematician.
Ω. Peteris Plakidis, 70, Latvian composer and pianist.
Ω. Rius, 83, Mexican intellectual, political cartoonist and writer.
Ω. Ken Roberts, 79, British rugby league player (Swinton, Halifax, Great Britain).
Ω. Gonzague Saint Bris, 69, French novelist and biographer, Prix Interallié winner (2002), traffic collision.
Ω. Janet Seidel, 62, Australian cabaret singer, jazz vocalist, pianist and music teacher (Sydney Girls High School), Bell Awards winner (2006), cancer.
Ω. Gyan Singh Sohanpal, 92, Indian politician, Speaker of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly (2011).
Ω. Nani Tedeschi78, Italian painter.,
Ω. Zeny Zabala, 80, Filipina actress (Sampaguita Pictures).
Ω. Mattlan Zackhras, 47, Marshallese politician and diplomat, member of the Nitijela (since 2004), Minister in Assistance to the President of Marshall Islands (since 2016).
Ω. Jorge Zorreguieta, 89, Argentine businessman and politician, Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (1979–1981), leukemia.
Ω. Don Baylor, 68, American baseball player (Baltimore Orioles, California Angels) and manager (Colorado Rockies), World Series champion (1987), multiple myeloma.
Ω. Chantek, 39, American hybrid orangutan who learned signing.
Ω. Jaroslav Klemeš95, Czech brigadier general.,
Ω. Gregorio Martínez Navarro75, Peruvian writer.,
Ω. Haruo Nakajima, 88, Japanese actor (Godzilla, Destroy All Monsters, Seven Samurai), pneumonia.
Ω. Tor Røste Fossen, 77, Norwegian football player and manager (Rosenborg, Start, national team).
Ω. Salman bin Saad bin Abdullah bin Turki Al Saud, 26, Saudi prince, heart attack.
Ω. Sigmund Sobolewski, 94, Polish activist and Holocaust survivor, pneumonia.
Ω. Patsy Ticer, 82, American politician, member of the Virginia Senate (1996–2011) and Mayor of Alexandria, Virginia (1991–1996), complications from a fall.
Ω. Kjellfred Weum, 77, Norwegian hurdler.
Ω. Wolfgang H. Berger, 79, German-American oceanographer, geologist and micropaleontologist, emeritus professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Ω. Arthur Boyars, 92, British poet and musicologist.
Ω. Nicole Bricq, 70, French politician, Deputy (1997–2002), Senator (2004–2012, since 2014), Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy (2012) and Foreign Trade (2012–2014), fall.
Ω. Víctor Manuel Cárdenas Morales65, Mexican poet.,
Ω. Betty Cuthbert, 79, Australian Hall of Fame athlete, fourfold Olympic champion (1956 (3), 1964).
Ω. Darren Daulton, 55, American baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies, Florida Marlins), World Series champion (1997), glioblastoma.
Ω. Hugh Heclo, 74, American political scientist.
Ω. Tim Homer, 43, New Zealand radio host.
Ω. Hinrich Lehmann-Grube, 84, German politician, Mayor of Leipzig (1990–1998), cancer.
Ω. Walter Levin, 92, German-born American violinist (LaSalle Quartet).
Ω. Dick Locher, 88, American cartoonist (Dick Tracy), Pulitzer Prize winner (1983), Parkinson's disease.
Ω. Elida Marletta76, Argentinian actress.,
Ω. David Maslanka, 73, American composer, colon cancer.
Ω. Daniel McKinnon, 90, American ice hockey player, Olympic silver medalist (1956).
Ω. Kevin McNamara, 82, British politician, MP for Hull North (1966–1974, 1983–2005) and Hull Central (1974–1983), pancreatic cancer.
Ω. Jack Rabinovitch, 87, Canadian real estate developer (Trizec Properties) and philanthropist, founder of the Scotiabank Giller Prize, fall.
Ω. Martin Roth, 62, German museologist, Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (2011–2016).
Ω. Ernst Zündel, 78, German Holocaust denial publisher and pamphleteer (Samisdat Publishers).
Ω. Dame Helen Alexander, 60, British businesswoman, President of CBI (2009–2011), Chairwoman of PLA (2010–2015) and Chancellor of University of Southampton (since 2011), cancer.
Ω. Irina Berezhna, 36, Ukrainian politician, People's Deputy (2007–2014), traffic collision.
Ω. Ralph Biasi, 69, Brazilian politician, Mayor of Americana (1973–1977) and Minister for Science and Technology (1988–1989).
Ω. Lee Blakeley, 45, British opera and theatre director.
Ω. Patricia Bridges, 95, Australian golfer.
Ω. Bruno Canfora, 92, Italian jazz composer, conductor and music arranger.
Ω. Joe Cilia, 79, Maltese footballer (Valletta, Rabat Ajax, national team).
Ω. Doug Insole, 91, English cricketer (Essex, England).
Ω. Wojciech Krzeminski, 84, Polish astronomer.
Ω. Roy Lunn, 92, American automotive engineer, stroke.
Ω. Hélène Martini, 92, French nightclub owner (Folies Bergères).
Ω. Christian Millau, 88, French food critic and author.
Ω. Richard O'Brien, 60, American television director (Fox News), complications from injuries sustained in traffic collision.
Ω. William S. Patout III, 84, American sugar executive.
Ω. Marcelino Perelló Valls, 73, Mexican activist (Mexico 68) and journalist (Excélsior).
Ω. H. G. Rasool, 59, Indian writer.
Ω. George Bundy Smith, 80, American lawyer and judge, New York Supreme Court (1980–1992) and Court of Appeals (1992–2006).
Ω. Dionigi Tettamanzi, 83, Italian Roman Catholic cardinal, Archbishop of Milan (2002–2011), Genoa (1995–2002), and Ancona-Osimo (1989–1991).
Ω. Mark White, 77, American politician, Governor of Texas (1983–1987), heart attack.
Ω. Dick Albert, 73, American meteorologist (WCVB), pneumonia.
Ω. Erling Brøndum, 87, Danish journalist and politician, Minister of Defence (1973–1975).
Ω. Raffaele Calabro, 77, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Andria (1988–2016).
Ω. Heinz F. Dressel87, German theologian and writer.,
Ω. Chuck Hay, 87, Scottish curler, world champion (1967).
Ω. Angel G. Jordan, 86, Spanish-born American computer engineer.
Ω. Luiz Melodia, 66, Brazilian actor, singer and songwriter, bone marrow cancer.
Ω. Reuven Moskovitz88, Israeli author and peace activist.,
Ω. Waldemar Schreckenberger, 87, German lawyer, jurist and politician, Minister of Justice (1981–1982) and Chancellery Chief of Staff (1982–1984).
Ω. Jessy Serrata, 63, American Tejano musician, kidney cancer.
Ω. Kathleen M. Shea, 71, American associate film and television producer (Heat, Ali, Luck), glioblastoma.
Ω. Ryan Thamrin39, Indonesian physician and television host (Dr. Oz Indonesia), gastroesophageal reflux disease.,
Ω. Boguslaw Wolniewicz, 89, Polish philosopher, professor and journalist (Radio Maryja).
Ω. Giovanni Benedetti, 100, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Foligno (1976–1992).
Ω. Miroslava Besserová71, Czech writer, screenwriter, and journalist.,
Ω. David James Bowen, 91, Welsh academic (University of Wales, Aberystwyth).
Ω. Ladislav Cisárik, 63, Slovak herald artist (national coat of arms, national flag).
Ω. Jacques Daoust, 69, Canadian politician, Québec Minister for Transport (2016) and MNA (2014–2016).
Ω. Bonaventura Duda, 93, Croatian Franciscan monk and theologian.
Ω. Richard Dudman, 99, American journalist (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Denver Post, Bangor Daily News).
Ω. Ty Hardin, 87, American actor (Bronco, Berserk!, Battle of the Bulge).
Ω. Robert Hardy, 91, British actor (All Creatures Great and Small, Harry Potter, Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years).
Ω. Julia Harrison, 97, American politician and activist, cancer.
Ω. Garry Hart, Baron Hart of Chilton, 77, British life peer, member of the House of Lords (since 2004), cancer.
Ω. Dickie Hemric, 83, American basketball player (Boston Celtics).
Ω. Souad Al-Humaidhi, 78, Kuwaiti property developer and banker (National Bank of Kuwait, Solidere, Bank Audi).
Ω. Pavel Kantorek75, Czech cartoonist, illustrator and natural scientist, professor of physics.,
Ω. Eberhard von Koerber, 79, German manager, Member of the Board of Management of BMW (1984–1986), Chariman of World Organization of the Scout Movement (2003–2006) and Co-President of Club of Rome (2007–2012).
Ω. Laurent Lavigne, 81, Canadian politician, member of the National Assembly of Quebec (1976–1985).
Ω. Dejan Miladinovic, 68, Serbian opera director.
Ω. Ángel Nieto, 70, Spanish motorcycle racing driver, winner of 13 Grand Prix World Championships, cerebral edema.
Ω. Alan Peckolick, 76, American graphic designer (Revlon).
Ω. Ioan Popa, 64, Romanian fencer.
Ω. Wanda Chotomska, 87, Polish children's author and screenwriter (Jacek i Agatka).
Ω. Tony Cohen, 60, Australian record producer (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds).
Ω. Santosh Mohan Dev, 83, Indian politician, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises (2005–2009).
Ω. Alexander Gerasimenko, 71, Belarusian diplomat and politician, Mayor of Minsk (1991–1995).
Ω. Marshall Goldman, 87, American economist.
Ω. Sir John Graham, 82, New Zealand rugby union player (Canterbury, national team), sports administrator, and educator (Auckland Grammar School), cancer.
Ω. Duke Harris, 75, Canadian ice hockey player (Minnesota North Stars), complications from heart surgery.
Ω. Judith Jones, 93, American book editor (Alfred A. Knopf) and publishing proponent (Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, Mastering the Art of French Cooking).
Ω. Leonard H. Lavin, 97, American businessman (Alberto-Culver) and racehorse owner.
Ω. Daniel Licht, 60, American soundtrack composer (Dexter, Thinner, Dishonored) and musician, sarcoma.
Ω. Jim Marrs, 73, American journalist, author, and conspiracy theorist, heart attack.
Ω. Dumi Masilela, 29, South African actor, shot.
Ω. Bobby Ortega, 79, Filipino police chief and politician, member of the Baguio City Council (1995–2004, since 2010), cancer.
Ω. Ara Parseghian, 94, American football player and coach (University of Notre Dame).
Ω. Paul Renton, 54, New Zealand rugby union player (Manawatu, Mid Canterbury, Hawke's Bay).
Ω. Harry Scott Jr., 51, American NASCAR team owner (HScott Motorsports).
Ω. Shen Daren, 89, Chinese politician, Communist Party Chief of Ningxia (1986–1989) and Jiangsu (1989–1993).
Ω. Ely Tacchella, 81, Swiss football player (national team).
Ω. Ken Wilkinson, 99, British Royal Air Force officer (No. 19 Squadron).
Ω. Graham Wiltshire, 86, English cricket player and coach (Gloucestershire).
Ω. Ana-Maria Avram, 55, Romanian composer.
Ω. Enric Bañeres72, Spanish sports journalist (La Vanguardia, Mundo Deportivo).,
Ω. Sir Patrick Bateson, 79, English biologist, Provost of King's College, Cambridge (1987–2003).
Ω. Pushpa Mittra Bhargava, 89, Indian scientist, writer, and administrator.
Ω. Jeffrey Brotman, 74, American businessman, co-founder of Costco.
Ω. Rick George, 67, Canadian businessman, CEO of Suncor Energy, acute myeloid leukemia.
Ω. Ian Graham, 93, British Mayanist.
Ω. Alfie Lorenzo, 78, Filipino talent manager, heart failure.
Ω. Mariann Mayberry, 52, American actress (War of the Worlds, August: Osage County, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), ovarian cancer.
Ω. Goldy McJohn, 72, Canadian keyboardist (Steppenwolf), heart attack.
Ω. Harunur Rashid Khan Monno, 84, Bangladeshi industrialist and politician, MP (1991–2003).
Ω. Bud Moore, 75, American racing driver (NASCAR).
Ω. Phil Muntz, 83, Canadian-born American aerospace engineer, physicist and Canadian football player.
Ω. Shogoro Nishimura, 87, Japanese film director (Moeru Tairiku, Cruel Female Love Suicide, Apartment Wife: Affair In the Afternoon).
Ω. Skapti Ólafsson, 89, Icelandic rock and jazz musician.
Ω. Raiman Rai, 38, Nepalese singer, suicide by hanging.
Ω. John Reaves, 67, American football player (Cincinnati Bengals, Philadelphia Eagles).
Ω. Dhruv Sharma, 35, Indian actor and Celebrity Cricket League player, multiple organ failure.
Ω. Patrick Thomas, 85, Australian conductor.