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 22 giugno 


Des Hanafin, 86, Irish politician, member of Seanad Éireann (1965–2002). (death announced on this date)


mercoledì 21

Kelechi Emeteole, 66, Nigerian footballer (national team), throat cancer.

John Faull, 83, Welsh rugby union player (Swansea, British Lions).

Pompeyo Márquez, 95, Venezuelan politician and guerrilla, founder of the Movement for Socialism party.

Steffi Martin, 54, German luger, Olympic (1984, 1988) and world champion (1983, 1985), cancer.

Ludger Rémy, 68, German harpsichordist and conductor.

Belton Richard, 77, American musician, Cajun accordionist, pneumonia.

György Rubovszky, 73, Hungarian lawyer and politician, MP (1994–2002, since 2003).

Con Sciacca, 70, Italian-born Australian politician, MP for Bowman (1987–1996, 1998–2004), Minister for Veterans' Affairs (1994–1996), cancer.

martedì 20

Virginia Moyano {pt}, 113, Argentine supercentenarian, nation's oldest person, cardiac arrest.

Sergei Mylnikov, 58, Russian ice hockey player (Traktor Chelyabinsk, Quebec Nordiques), Olympic champion (1988).

Prodigy, 42, American rapper (Mobb Deep), complications from sickle cell anemia.

lunedì 19

Brian Cant, 83, British actor (Dappledown Farm) and television presenter (Play School), complications of Parkinson's disease.

Ivan Dias, 81, Indian Roman Catholic cardinal, Archbishop of Bombay (1996–2006) and Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples (2006–2011).

Tony DiCicco, 68, American soccer coach (women's national team), Olympic champion (1996) and 1999 World Cup winner.

Carla Fendi, 79, Italian fashion executive (Fendi).

Sir Brian Kenny, 83, British army general, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (1990–1993).

Amrit Pal, 76, Indian actor, cirrhosis.

Zoltan Sarosy, 110, Hungarian-born Canadian chess master.

Mustafa Tlass, 85, Syrian military officer and politician.

Piroj Wadia, 60s, Indian journalist (Cine Blitz) and film critic, sepsis.

Otto Warmbier, 22, American college student, convicted for theft and imprisoned by North Korea.

Donald Winch, 82, British economist and academic (University of Sussex). (death announced on this date)

domenica 18

Atmasthananda, 98, Indian Hindu leader, president of Ramakrishna Math (since 2007).

Hans Breder, 81, German-born American artist.

Pierluigi Chicca, 79, Italian fencer, Olympic silver (1964, 1968) and bronze medalist (1960).

Keith Farnham, 69, American politician, member of the Illinois House of Representatives (2009–2014).

Albert Franks, 81, English footballer (Newcastle United, Rangers, Greenock Morton).

Tim Hague, 34, Canadian mixed martial artist (UFC, WSOF, KOTC), brain hemorrhage from boxing match.

Joel Joffe, Baron Joffe, 85, South African-born British human rights lawyer and life peer.

Predhiman Krishan Kaw, 69, Indian plasma physicist, heart disease.

Tony Liscio, 76, American football player (Dallas Cowboys), ALS.

Antonio Medellín, 75, Mexican actor (Tres veces Ana, Porque el amor manda, Cuando me enamoro).

Chris Murrell, 61, American jazz singer.

Simon Nelson, 85, American mass murderer.

Sanjay Pandit, Nepalese mountain climber.

Shih Chun-jen, 93, Taiwanese neurosurgeon and politician, Minister of the Department of Health (1986–1990), heart attack.

Tang Jiezhong {zh}, 84, Chinese crosstalk actor.

sabato 17

Rodolfo Fontiveros Beltran, 68, Filipino Roman Catholic prelate, Vicar Apostolic of Bontoc-Lagawe (2006–2012) and Bishop of San Fernando de La Union (since 2012).

Elias Burstein, 99, American physicist.

Gailanne Cariddi, 63, American politician, member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (since 2011).

Iván Fandiño, 36, Spanish bullfighter, gored.

Larry Grantham, 78, American football player (New York Jets).

Józef Grudzien, 78, Polish lightweight boxer, Olympic champion (1964) and silver medalist (1968).

Pierre Imhasly, 77, Swiss author and poet, cancer.

Henk van Rossum, 97, Dutch politician, member of the House of Representatives (1967–1986).

Baldwin Lonsdale, 67, ni-Vanuatu politician, President (since 2014), heart attack.

Luis Lusquiños, 65, Argentine politician, member of the Chamber of Deputies (2005–2009).

William S. Massey, 96, American mathematician.

Thara Memory, 68, American jazz trumpeter.

Venus Ramey, 92, American beauty pageant contestant (Miss America 1944) and gun rights activist.

Leopoldo S. Tumulak, 72, Filipino Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Tagbilaran (1992–2005) and Military Ordinary of the Philippines (since 2005), pancreatic cancer.

Emil Wojtaszek, 89, Polish politician.

venerdì 16

John G. Avildsen, 81, American film director (Rocky, The Karate Kid, Save the Tiger), Oscar winner (1977), pancreatic cancer.

Christian Cabrol, 91, French cardiac surgeon and politician, MEP (1994–1999).

Jim French, 84, American photographer

Luciano Frosini, 89, Italian racing cyclist.

Stephen Furst, 63, American actor (Babylon 5, Animal House, St. Elsewhere), complications from diabetes.

Gilberto Galimberti {it}, 84, Italian actor, stuntman and assistant director (They Call Me Trinity, The Black Hand, Escape from Hell).

Curt Hanson, 73, American politician, member of the Iowa House of Representatives (since 2009).

Mieczyslaw Kalenik, 84, Polish stage and film actor (Krzyzacy).

Edzai Kasinauyo, 42, Zimbabwean footballer (CAPS United, Moroka Swallows).

Helmut Kohl, 87, German politician, Chancellor (1982–1998), Minister-President of Rhineland-Palatinate (1969–1976).

Maurice Mességué, 95, French herbalist.

Ren Rong, 99, Chinese politician, Communist Party Chief of Tibet Autonomous Region (1971–1980).

Günter Siebert, 86, German football player and executive, West German Champion (1958) and chairman (Schalke).

Hans Olav Tungesvik, 81, Norwegian politician, MP (1977–1985), traffic collision.

Dick Warner, 70, Irish journalist and environmentalist.

Buddy Wayne, 50, American professional wrestler.

Yoon So Jung {ko}, 74, South Korean actress, blood poisoning.

giovedì 15

Ibrahim Abouleish, 80, Egyptian pharmacologist and biodynamic agriculturalist (SEKEM).

Martin Aitken, 95, British archaeometrist.

David L. Armstrong, 75, American politician, mayor of Louisville (1999–2003).

Ajmer Singh Aulakh, 74, Indian playwright, cancer.

P. N. Bhagwati, 95, Indian judge, Chief Justice (1985–1986).

Sheila Raye Charles, 53, American singer-songwriter, breast cancer.

Jacques Charpentier, 83, French composer and organist.

John Dalmas, 90, American science fiction writer, pneumonia.

Bill Dana, 92, American comedian, actor and screenwriter (The Bill Dana Show, The Ed Sullivan Show, The Nude Bomb).

Wilma de Faria, 72, Brazilian politician, governor of Rio Grande do Norte (2003–2010), cancer.

Ann Louise Gilligan, 71, Irish feminist theologian.

Kyla Greenbaum, 95, British pianist.

Larry Hayes, 81, American football player (Los Angeles Rams).

Phyllis A. Kravitch, 96, American judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (1979–1981) and Eleventh Circuit (1981–1996).

Dame Nganeko Minhinnick, 77, New Zealand Maori leader (Ngati Te Ata).

Rumen Nenov, 47, Bulgarian footballer.

Danny Schock, 68, Canadian ice hockey player (Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers).

Olbram Zoubek, 91, Czech sculptor.

mercoledì 14

Luis Abanto Morales, 93, Peruvian singer and composer.

Aleksey Batalov, 88, Russian actor (The Cranes Are Flying, The Lady with the Dog, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears), complications from a fall.

Fred Cogley, 82, Irish sports broadcaster.

Hank J. Deutschendorf II, 29, American child actor (Ghostbusters II), suicide by hanging.

Jacques Foix, 86, French football player.

Ernestina Herrera de Noble, 92, Argentine newspaper publisher (Clarín).

Arthur J. Jackson, 92, American military officer, Medal of Honor recipient.

Kuriakose Kunnacherry, 88, Indian Syro-Malabar hierarch, Archbishop of Kottayam (1974–2006).

Don Matthews, 77, American-Canadian football coach (BC Lions, Toronto Argonauts, Edmonton Eskimos), cancer.

Khadija Saye, 24, British photographer, injuries sustained in the Grenfell Tower fire.

Paul van Zandvliet, 50, British rugby union player, cancer.

Hein Verbruggen, 75, Dutch sports administrator, President of the UCI (1991–2005), leukemia.

martedì 13

Philip Gossett, 75, American musicologist.

A. R. Gurney, 86, American playwright (The Dining Room, Love Letters).

Hansel, 29, American racehorse, winner of the 1991 Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes, euthanized.

Richard Long, 4th Viscount Long, 88, British politican and aristocrat.

Patricia Knatchbull, 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma, 93, British peeress.

Yoko Nogiwa, 81, Japanese actress (Yakuza Deka, Key Hunter, Minna no Ie).

Ootje Oxenaar, 87, Dutch graphic artist and banknote designer.

Anita Pallenberg, 75, Italian actress (Barbarella, Performance, A Degree of Murder).

Pierre Papillaud, 81, French businessman.

Zahir Shah, 70, Pakistani actor.

Ulf Stark, 72, Swedish author (Can You Whistle, Johanna?), cancer.

Rick Tuten, 52, American football player (Seattle Seahawks). (death announced on this date)

lunedì 12

Teresa Albuquerque, 87, Indian historian.

Piotr Andrejew, 69, Polish film director.

Sam Beazley, 101, British actor (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Johnny English).

Theodor Bergmann, 101, German agronomist.

Robert Campeau, 93, Canadian financier and real estate developer.

Morton N. Cohen, 96, American author and scholar.

Clifford John Earle Jr., 81, American mathematician.

David W. Frank, 67, American actor, author and educator, complications from cancer.

John Friedmann, 91, Austrian-born American academic.

Jim Galton, 92, American businessman, CEO of Marvel Entertainment Group.

Gheorghe Gu?et, 49, Romanian shot putter, competed in 1992, 2000, and 2004 Olympics, aortic dissection.

James Hall, 84, American sports broadcaster and announcer (New York Giants).

Jabu Christopher Kubheka, 48, South African actor (Yizo Yizo), suicide by hanging.

Fernando Martínez Heredia, 78, Cuban revolutionary and politician.

Masahide Ota, 92, Japanese historian and politician, Governor of Okinawa Prefecture (1990–1998), pneumonia and respiratory failure.

Keti Papanika, 75, Greek actress.

Frank Pecora, 86, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania Senate for the 44th District (1979–1994).

Pessalli, 26, Brazilian footballer (Grêmio, Angers, Paraná), traffic collision.

C. Narayana Reddy, 85, Indian writer and poet, recipient of the Jnanpith Award (1988).

Frans Ronnes, 68, Dutch politician, Mayor of Haaren (2001–2013).

Marvin Herman Shoob, 94, American federal judge, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia (1979–1991).

Brian Taylor, 84, English cricketer (Essex).

Charles P. Thacker, 74, American computer designer, co-inventor of Ethernet, complications from esophageal cancer.

Karl-Heinz Weigang, 81, German football coach, heart attack.

domenica 11

Doreen Andrew, 93, British actress (Emergency-Ward 10, Z Cars, The Bill). (death announced on this date)

Errol Christie, 53, British boxer, lung cancer.

Herman T. Costello, 96, American politician, member of the New Jersey General Assembly (1976–1982) and Senate (1982–1984).

Helen Fawkes, 45, British journalist (BBC), ovarian cancer.

Helen Freedhoff, 77, Canadian theoretical physicist.

David Fromkin, 84, American historian.

Jim Graham, 71, American politician, member of the Council of the District of Columbia (1999–2015), complications from an infection.

Norman Pollack, 84, American historian, cancer.

S. R. Ramchandra Rao, 85, Indian cricket umpire.

Ragnar Rommetveit, 92, Norwegian psychologist.

Geoffrey Rowell, 74, British Anglican prelate, Bishop of Basingstoke (1994–2001) and Europe (2001–2013).

Clive Rushton, 69, British swimmer and swimming coach, cancer.

Rosalie Sorrels, 83, American folk singer.

Corneliu Stroe, 67, Romanian drummer and percussionist, heart attack.

sabato 10

Abu Khattab al-Tunisi, Tunisian jihadist, shot.

Ray J. Ceresa, 83, British philatelist.

Chi Po-lin, 52, Taiwanese aerial photographer and director (Beyond Beauty: Taiwan from Above), helicopter crash.

Austin Deasy, 80, Irish politician, TD (1977–2002) and Minister of Agriculture (1982–1987).

Peter Hocken, 84, British theologian and historian.

Herma Hill Kay, 82, American legal scholar.

Malang, 89, Filipino cartoonist, illustrator and painter.

Oscar Mammì, 90, Italian politician, Minister of Mail and Telecommunications (1987–1991).

Mihai Nedef, 86, Romanian basketball player.

Jerry Nelson, 73, American astronomer.

Julia Perez, 36, Indonesian actress, cervical cancer.

Samuel V. Wilson, 93, American army general, Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (1976–1977).

venerdì 9

Natig Aliyev, 69, Azerbaijani politician, Minister of Energy (since 2004).

Andrzej Baturo, 77, Polish photographer.

Vic Edelbrock Jr., 80, American automotive products manufacturer (Edelbrock).

Francisco Javier García Verdugo, 83, Spanish football player (Xerez CD, Real Valladolid) and manager (CD Tenerife, CA Osasuna).

John Heyman, 84, British-American producer (D.A.R.Y.L.).

Lady Mary Holborow, 80, British magistrate, Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall (1994–2011).

Ewald Janusz, 76, Polish Olympic sprint canoer (1968).

Frank A. Jenssen, 65, Norwegian writer and photographer.

S. S. Khaplang, 77, Burmese politician.

John Liu Shi-gong, 88, Chinese clandestine Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Jining (since 1995).

Tessa Mallos, 73, Australian actress (Between Wars, A Country Practice, Midnite Spares).

P. Govardhan Reddy, 80, Indian politician, heart attack.

Grace Berg Schaible, 91, American lawyer and politician, Alaska Attorney General (1987–1989).

Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, 92, Namibian anti-apartheid activist, politician and political prisoner (SWAPO).

Adam West, 88, American actor (Batman, Family Guy, Robinson Crusoe on Mars), leukemia.

Sheila Willcox, 81, British equestrian, European champion (1957).

John C. Yoder, 66, American judge and politician, member of the West Virginia Senate (1992–1996, 2004–2008), complications of heart surgery.

giovedì 8

Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann, 84, Nicaraguan diplomat, politician and priest, Foreign Minister of Nicaragua (1979–1990) and President of the United Nations General Assembly (2008–2009).

Katherine M. Dockens, 95, American African Methodist Episcopal church historian, complications from stroke.

LeRoy Fjordbotten, 78, Canadian politician, MLA of Alberta (1979–1993).

Ervin A. Gonzalez, 57, American attorney, suicide.

Marcelo Guinle, 69, Argentine politician, Senator from Chubut Province (2001–2015).

Václav Halama, 76, Czech football player and coach.

Glenne Headly, 62, American actress (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Mr. Holland's Opus, Dick Tracy), complications from pulmonary embolism.

Sergo Kutivadze, 72, Georgian football player and coach (FC Dinamo Tbilisi, Torpedo Kutaisi).

Robert Melson, 46, American murderer, executed by lethal injection.

René Monse, 48, German heavyweight boxer.

Jan Notermans, 84, Dutch footballer (Fortuna Sittard, national team).

Sam Panopoulos, 82, Greek-born Canadian cook, inventor of the Hawaiian pizza.

Sean Michael Rice, 69, American actor and playwright.

Jill Singer, 60, Australian journalist (ABC, Seven, Herald Sun), AL amyloidosis.

Randy Stair, 24, American criminal; perpetrator of the 2017 Weis Markets shooting.

Ron Starr, 67, American professional wrestler (WWC).

Dave Strauss, 67, American trivia expert and radio host (KMOX).

Norro Wilson, 79, American country music songwriter ("A Very Special Love Song", "The Most Beautiful Girl") and record producer, Grammy winner (1975), heart failure.

Prince Udaya Priyantha, 48, Sri Lankan artist and singer.

mercoledì 7

Alan Bonner, 33, Irish motorcycle racer, injuries sustained in crash.

Angela Hartley Brodie, 82, British cancer researcher.

Arthur Bunting, 80, English rugby league player and coach (Hull Kingston Rovers, Hull F.C.).

Doris Carey, 77, American actress (The World's Greatest Sinner).

Ernie Edds, 91, English footballer (Plymouth Argyle, Torquay United).

Michael Francis Gibson, 87, Belgian-born French art critic and writer.

James Hardy, 31, American football player (Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens). (body discovered on this date)

Jochem van den Hoek, 28, Dutch motorcycle racer, injuries sustained in crash.

Jan Høiland, 78, Norwegian singer.

Holy Bull, 26, American Thoroughbred racehorse, 1994 American Horse of the Year, euthanized.

Margaret Hutson, 78, American basketball coach (Tennessee Lady Volunteers).

Robert S. Leiken, 78, American political scientist and historian.

Earl Lestz, 78, American studio executive (Paramount Pictures), heart attack.

Trento Longaretti, 100, Italian painter.

Charles-Eugène Marin, 91, Canadian politician, MP (1984–1993).

France Rode, 82, Slovenian engineer, inventor of the scientific pocket calculator.

Deo Rwabiita, 74, Ugandan politician and diplomat.

Sarojini Shintri, 87, Indian writer.

Patsy Terrell, 55, American politician, member of the Kansas House of Representatives (since 2017).

Ed Victor, 77, American-born British literary agent.

Thierry Zéno, 67, Belgian writer and filmmaker, cancer.

martedì 6

John Bower, 87, American Nordic combined skier.

Horace Burrell, 67, Jamaican soccer executive, President of the Jamaica Football Federation (since 2007), cancer.

Jean-Jacques Delvaux, 74, French politician, cancer.

Andrew Francis, 70, Pakistani Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Multan (1999–2014).

Vin Garbutt, 69, British folk singer (When the Tide Turns, Bandalised, Word of Mouth), complications from heart surgery.

Ragnhild Queseth Haarstad, 78, Norwegian politician.

François Houtart, 92, Belgian theologian.

Adnan Khashoggi, 81, Saudi arms dealer.

Davey Lambert, 48, English motorcycle racer, injuries sustained in crash.

Georgie Leahy, 78, Irish hurling coach (Kilkenny).

Bruce McMaster-Smith, 77, Australian football player.

Walter Noll, 92, German-born American mathematician.

Latifur Rahman, 81, Bangladeshi justice, Chief Justice (2000–2001) and Chief Adviser (2001).

Sandra Reemer, 66, Dutch singer ("Als het om de liefde gaat", "Colorado", "The Party's Over"), breast cancer.

Márta Rudas, 80, Hungarian javelin thrower, Olympic silver medalist (1964).

Era Sezhiyan, 94, Indian writer and politician.

Keiichi Tahara, 65, Japanese photographer.

Bill Walker, 88, Scottish politician, MP for Perth and East Perthshire (1979–1983) and North Tayside (1983–1997).

Rokas Žilinskas, 44, Lithuanian journalist and politician, pneumonia.

Paul Zukofsky, 73, American violinist and conductor, non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

lunedì 5

Annette Barbier, 66, American artist, complications from a bone marrow disorder.

Kathryn Stripling Byer, 72, American poet, North Carolina Poet Laureate (2005–2009), lymphoma.

Marcos Coll, 81, Colombian footballer.

Andy Cunningham, 67, British magician, puppeteer and actor (Bodger & Badger), cancer.

Helen Dunmore, 64, British poet and writer (Zennor in Darkness), cancer.

Victor Gold, 88, American journalist and White House press secretary.

Marilyn Hall, 90, Canadian-born American television producer (A Woman Called Golda).

Anna Jókai, 84, Hungarian writer.

William Krisel, 92, Chinese-born American architect.

Steven Lenoir, 25, French motorcycle racer, racetrack crash.

Skipp Pearson, 79, American jazz musician, complications from bone cancer and organ failure.

Rita Riggs, 86, American costume designer (Psycho, All in the Family, The Birds).

Giuliano Sarti, 83, Italian footballer (Fiorentina, Inter).

Jimmy Thomas, 69, American football player (San Francisco 49ers).

Cheick Tioté, 30, Ivorian footballer (Twente, Newcastle United, national team), heart attack.

James Vance, 64, American comic book writer (Kings in Disguise, Omaha the Cat Dancer, The Crow), cancer.

Héctor Wagner, 48, Dominican baseball player (Kansas City Royals), stomach cancer.

domenica 4

Bill Butler, 83, British film editor (A Clockwork Orange, A Touch of Class).

Danny Dias, 34, American reality television personality (Road Rules, The Challenge).

Juan Goytisolo, 86, Spanish essayist, poet and novelist.

Bennie Hofs, 70, Dutch footballer (Vitesse).

Patrick Johnston, 58, Northern Irish scientist and academic administrator, Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University, Belfast (2014–2017).

David Nicholls, 61, British jockey and horse trainer.

Babatunde Osotimehin, 68, Nigerian politician and civil servant, executive director of the United Nations Population Fund (since 2011).

Thomas C. Perry, 76, American politician, Mayor of Akron, New York (1987–1991).

Washington Sixolo, 83, South African actor (Shaka Zulu, Ernest Goes to Africa, Who Am I?).

Roger Smith, 84, American actor (77 Sunset Strip, Mister Roberts, Auntie Mame), complications from Parkinson's disease.

Zhang Tianfu, 106, Chinese agronomist and tea expert.

Jack Trout, 82, American marketer and author, intestinal cancer.

sabato 3

Benjamin Cho, 40, American fashion designer.

David Choby, 70, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Nashville (since 2005), complications from a fall.

David Delfín {es}, 46, Spanish designer, brain cancer.

Educated Rapper, 54, American rapper (UTFO), cancer.

Sara Ehrman, 98, American political lobbyist and Jewish activist, endocarditis.

Anand Godse, 74, Indian architect.

James E. Martin, 84, American educator, president of the University of Arkansas (1980–1984) and Auburn University (1984–1992).

Niels Helveg Petersen, 78, Danish politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1993–2000), MP (1966–1974, 1977–1993, 1994–2011), esophageal cancer.

Jimmy Piersall, 87, American baseball player (Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians) and broadcaster.

Rehman Rashid, 62, Malaysian journalist (New Straits Times, Asiaweek).

Shivraj, Indian actor (Patita, Seema, Miss Mary).

Vincent Tshabalala, 75, South African golfer.

Donald Vidrine, 69, American oil rig supervisor (Deepwater Horizon oil spill), cancer.

John K. Watts, 80, Australian football player (East Perth) and broadcaster.

Lawrence Weed, 93, American medical researcher.

venerdì 2

Avie Bennett, 89, Canadian executive, Chancellor of York University (1998–2004).

Gordon Christian, 89, American ice hockey player, Olympic silver medalist (1956).

Paolo De Crescenzo {it}, 67, Italian water polo coach (CN Posillipo, national team).

Iakovos Garmatis, 89, Greek-born American Orthodox hierarch, Metropolitan of Chicago (since 1997), complications from surgery.

Jaroslav Korán {cs}, 77, Czech translator, writer and politician (Charter 77 signatory, mayor of Prague).

Leon Lemmens, 63, Belgian Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Mechelen-Brussels (since 2011), leukemia.

Malcolm Lipkin, 85, English composer.

Jack O'Neill, 94, American businessman (O'Neill).

Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada, 93, Pakistani lawyer and politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1966–1968) and Attorney-General (1968–1971, 1977–1984).

S. Abdul Rahman, 79, Indian poet, urinary infection.

Peter Sallis, 96, English actor (Last of the Summer Wine, Wallace and Gromit, The Wind in the Willows).

Herm Starrette, 80, American baseball player (Baltimore Orioles).

Sir Jeffrey Tate, 74, British conductor, heart attack.

Tom Tjaarda, 82, American automobile designer.

Carlo Turcato, 95, Italian fencer, Olympic silver medalist (1948).

Sergei Vikharev, 55, Russian ballet dancer, blood clot.

Ralph Wetton, 89, British footballer (Tottenham Hotspur, Plymouth Argyle).

Aamir Zaki, 49, Pakistani guitarist, heart failure.

giovedì 1

Roy Barraclough, 81, British comedian (Cissie and Ada) and actor (Coronation Street).

J. B. Dauda, 74, Sierra Leonean politician, MP for Kenema (1986–1992), Second Vice-President (1991–1992), and Minister of Foreign Affairs (2010–2012).

Roberto De Vicenzo, 94, Argentine golfer, Open champion (1967).

Tankred Dorst, 91, German playwright.

Viviane Gauthier, 99, Haitian dancer.

José Greci, 76, Italian actress (Ben-Hur, The Ten Gladiators, The Sicilian Connection).

George Joseph, 66, Indian diplomat, Ambassador to Qatar (2005–2009) and Bahrain (2009–2011).

Jack McCloskey, 91, American basketball coach (Penn Quakers, Portland Trail Blazers) and executive (Detroit Pistons), complications from Alzheimer's disease.

Alois Mock, 82, Austrian politician, Vice-Chancellor (1987–1989) and Foreign Minister (1987–1995), complications from Parkinson's disease.

Charles Simmons, 92, American author.

Sonja Sutter, 86, German actress (Derrick).

Rosa Taikon, 90, Swedish silversmith and Romani people activist.

Jan Willem van de Kamp {nl}, 107, Dutch centenarian, oldest man in Netherlands.

Raino Westerholm, 97, Finnish politician.