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Ω. Yvonne Blake, 78, British-born Spanish costume designer (Nicholas and Alexandra, Jesus Christ Superstar, Superman), Oscar winner (1971), complications from a stroke.
Ω. Radoslav Nenadál, 88, Czech writer, Anglicist and translator (Sophie's Choice).
Ω. Langton Tinago, 68, Zimbabwean boxer.
Ω. Václav Burda45, Czech NHL scout, former professional ice hockey defenceman (1998 World Ice Hockey Championships bronze medalist), vehicle collision.,
Ω. Gabriel Caruana, 89, Maltese artist.
Ω. Chow Kwai Lam, 75, Malaysian football player and manager (national team).
Ω. Jaime Guardia, 85, Peruvian charango player, composer and musicologist.
Ω. Robin Jones, 64, American basketball player (Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets, Olympique Antibes).
Ω. Marija Kohn, 83, Croatian actress.
Ω. Gabriel Rivera, 57, American football player (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Ω. Evan Whitton, 90, Australian journalist (The Sydney Morning Herald), five-time Walkley Award winner.
Ω. Manuel Ycaza, 80, Panamanian-born American jockey.
Ω. Theryl DeClouet, 66, American R&B singer (Galactic).
Ω. Ray Emery, 35, Canadian ice hockey player (Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Chicago Blackhawks), drowned.
Ω. Roman Korynt, 88, Polish footballer.
Ω. Stan Lewis, 91, American record label owner (Jewel Records).
Ω. Franco Mandelli87, Italian hematologist and cancer researcher.,
Ω. Dragutin Šurbek, 71, Croatian table tennis player.
Ω. J. A. Bailey, 88, English cricket player and administrator, Secretary of Marylebone Cricket Club (1974–1987).
Ω. Mario Casalinuovo, 96, Italian politician, Deputy (1979–1987), Minister of Transports (1982–1983).
Ω. Gordon Chong, 74, Canadian politician, Toronto City Councilor (1980–1982), Chairman of the Greater Toronto Services Board (2001).
Ω. Sir Alan Donald, 87, British diplomat, Ambassador to China (1988–1991), prostate cancer.
Ω. Claudia Griffith, 67, American politician, member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives (since 2014), heart attack.
Ω. Theo-Ben Gurirab, 80, Namibian politician, Prime Minister (2002–2005), President of the UN General Assembly (1999–2000), Speaker of the National Assembly (2005–2015).
Ω. Vidmante Jasukaityte, 70, Lithuanian writer.
Ω. Mick Langley, British snooker player, Paralympic champion (1988). (death announced on this date)
Ω. Davie McParland, 83, Scottish football player and manager (Partick Thistle, Queen's Park, Hamilton).
Ω. Masa Saito, 76, Japanese professional wrestler (NWA, NJPW, WWF), Parkinson's disease.
Ω. Ron Thomas, 67, American basketball player (Louisville Cardinals, Kentucky Colonels).
Ω. Petr Weigl, 79, Czech director, playwright and dramaturge.
Ω. Ponty Bone, 78, American accordionist, progressive supranuclear palsy.
Ω. Stan Dragoti, 85, American film director (Mr. Mom, Necessary Roughness, Love at First Bite).
Ω. Ray Frenette, 83, Canadian politician, Premier of New Brunswick (1997–1998).
Ω. Édouard Kassaraté68, Ivorian military officer and diplomat, Army Chief of Staff (2005–2011), stroke.,
Ω. Nélio Naja65, Brazilian Muay Thai boxer.,
Ω. Frank Giroud, 62, French comics writer.
Ω. Naturalism, 29, New Zealand-born Australian racehorse.
Ω. Atukwei Okai, 77, Ghanaian poet and academic (University of Ghana).
Ω. Claudio Pieri, 77, Italian football referee.
Ω. Siraj Raisani, 55, Pakistani politician, murdered by bombing.
Ω. K. Rani, 75, Indian playback singer.
Ω. Luc Rosenzweig, 74, French journalist and writer.
Ω. Claude Seignolle, 101, French author.
Ω. Thorvald Stoltenberg, 87, Norwegian politician, Minister of Defence (1979–1981), Minister of Foreign Affairs (1987–1989, 1990–1993).
Ω. Carlos Federico Abente103, Paraguayan lyricist, poet and doctor.,
Ω. Abbas Amir-Entezam, 86, Iranian politician and convicted spy, Deputy Prime Minister (1979).
Ω. Len Chappell, 77, American basketball player (Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks, Milwaukee Bucks).
Ω. Thomas F. Ellis, 97, American lawyer and political strategist (National Congressional Club).
Ω. Alain Fauré, 55, French politician, Deputy (2012–2017), Mayor of Les Pujols (2001–2014).
Ω. Xerardo Fernández Albor, 100, Spanish politician, President of Galicia (1982–1987).
Ω. Bud Lathrop, 82, American basketball coach (Raytown South High School).
Ω. Wibo van de Linde79, Dutch journalist.,
Ω. Joseph Henry Mensah, 89, Ghanaian politician and economist, MP (1969–1972, 1997–2009).
Ω. Annabelle Neilson, 49, British reality television personality (Ladies of London). (body discovered on this date)
Ω. Roger Perry, 85, American actor (Falcon Crest, Harrigan and Son, Arrest and Trial), prostate cancer.
Ω. Del Shankel, 90, American microbiologist and academic administrator, Chancellor of University of Kansas (1980–1981, 1994–1995).
Ω. Laura Soveral, 85, Angolan-born Portuguese actress.
Ω. Dada Vaswani, 99, Indian spiritual leader.
Ω. José Omar Verdún, 73, Uruguayan footballer (Peñarol, Club Olimpia, Real Cartagena).
Ω. Robert Wolders, 81, Dutch actor (Laredo).
Ω. Abdel Aziem Al-Afifi, 48, Egyptian-born Australian Islamic cleric and scholar, Grand Mufti of Australia (since 2018), cancer.
Ω. Paco Costas86, Spanish automotive and road safety journalist (Televisión Española).,
Ω. Santiago Galindo59, Mexican cinema and television producer (Televisa), suicide by gunshot.,
Ω. Richard John Garcia, 71, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Monterey, California (since 2007), Alzheimer's disease.
Ω. Mario Gargano, 89, Italian politician, Deputy (1972–1983).
Ω. Václav Glazar, 65, Czech actor, heart failure.
Ω. Barbara Harrell-Bond, 86, American-born British refugee studies academic (University of Oxford).
Ω. Abdelkhader Houamel, 81, Algerian painter.
Ω. Ji Chunhua, 56, Chinese actor and action choreographer.
Ω. Laurie Kelly, 89, Australian politician, NSW MP for Corrimal (1968–1988), Speaker (1976–1988), pneumonia.
Ω. Liu Zhenhua, 97, Chinese general and diplomat, ambassador to Albania (1971–1976).
Ω. Rodolfo Lozano, 76, American judge (U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana).
Ω. Giovanni Marra87, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Messina-Lipari-Santa Lucia del Mela (1997–2006).,
Ω. Vojtech Mynár, 74, Czech politician, MEP (2012–2014).
Ω. Tom Neil, 97, British fighter pilot (Battle of Britain), member of The Few.
Ω. Nathaniel Reed, 84, American environmentalist and political aide (Claude R. Kirk Jr.), co-writer of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, head injury from fall.
Ω. Lindy Remigino, 87, American sprinter, Olympic champion (1952), pancreatic cancer.
Ω. Mai Tai Sing, 94, American actress (Forbidden, Strange Portrait).
Ω. Pat Swindall, 67, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgia's 4th district (1985–1989).
Ω. Wu Bing'an, 89, Chinese ethnologist, cancer.
Ω. Alicia Bellán86, Argentine actress.,
Ω. Carlo Benetton, 74, Italian fashion executive, co-founder of Benetton Group, cancer.
Ω. Haroon Bilour, 48, Pakistani politician, bombing.
Ω. Greg Bonham, 69, Australian singer, heart attack.
Ω. Andrei Brezhnev57, Russian politician, heart attack.,
Ω. Mikalay Dzyemyantsyey, 88, Belarusian politician, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Belarus (1990–1991).
Ω. Ludek Eliáš94, Czech actor, screenwriter and theatre director, Holocaust survivor.,
Ω. Edvin Hodžic, 23, Austrian footballer.
Ω. Hu Sheng-cheng, 77, Taiwanese economist, pulmonary calcification.
Ω. Ron Johnson, 62, American football player (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Ω. Clive King, 94, English author (Stig of the Dump).
Ω. John Laird, Baron Laird, 74, British politician, member of the House of Lords (since 1999).
Ω. Henry Morgenthau III, 101, American author and television producer.
Ω. Jan Henry T. Olsen, 61, Norwegian politician, Minister of Fisheries (1992–1996), Alzheimer's disease.
Ω. Marlene Riding In Mameah, 85, American silversmith.
Ω. Darryl Rogers, 83, American football coach (Michigan State Spartans, Arizona State Sun Devils, Detroit Lions).
Ω. Karl Schmidt, 86, German footballer.
Ω. José María Setién, 90, Spanish Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of San Sebastián (1979–2000), stroke.
Ω. John A. Stormer, 90, American author.
Ω. Andrei Suslin, 67, Russian mathematician, Cole Prize winner (2000).
Ω. Tin Ka Ping, 98, Hong Kong entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Ω. Ladislav Toman, 83, Czech volleyball player, Olympic silver medalist (1964).
Ω. Ye Lwin, 70, Burmese guitarist and peace activist, liver cancer.
Ω. Kavi Kumar Azad, 45, Indian actor (Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah), heart attack.
Ω. Barbara Carlson, 80, American politician and radio host (KSTP), Minneapolis City Councilor (1981–1989), lung cancer.
Ω. Peter Carington, 6th Baron Carrington, 99, British politician, Foreign Secretary (1979–1982), Secretary General of NATO (1984–1988).
Ω. Sam Chisholm, 78, New Zealand-born Australian television executive (Nine Network, Sky UK).
Ω. Stefan Demert, 78, Swedish musician.
Ω. Sammy Esposito, 86, American baseball player (Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Athletics).
Ω. William Hughes, 20, British amateur boxer (Queen Mary University of London) and child actor (Doctor Who), British 42 kg schoolboy champion (2011), BUCS champion (2018), suicide.
Ω. Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, 73, American poet and activist, Parkinson's disease.
Ω. Johnny Moates, 73, American college basketball player (Richmond Spiders).
Ω. Jenny Phillips, 76, American documentarian (The Dhamma Brothers) and therapist, drowned.
Ω. Hans-Pavia Rosing, 70, Greenlandic politician.
Ω. Michel Tromont, 81, Belgian politician, Deputy (1978–1983), Governor of Hainaut (1983–2004), Mayor of Quiévrain (1977–1983).
Ω. Hans Günter Winkler, 91, German Hall of Fame show jumping rider, Olympic champion (1956).
Ω. Marion Woodman, 89, Canadian author and psychologist.
Ω. János Fajó81, Hungarian painter.,
Ω. Alan Gilzean, 79, Scottish footballer (Dundee, Tottenham Hotspur, national team), brain tumour.
Ω. Tab Hunter, 86, American actor (Damn Yankees, Grease 2) and singer ("Young Love"), blood clot.
Ω. M. M. Jacob, 90, Indian politician, Governor of Meghalaya (1995–2007).
Ω. Alan Johnson, 81, American choreographer (The Producers, Young Frankenstein), Emmy winner (1972, 1980, 1988), Parkinson's disease.
Ω. Tazir Kariyev, 29, Russian footballer (FC Angusht Nazran), shot.
Ω. Anthony Kirk-Greene, 93, British historian.
Ω. Billy Knight, 39, American basketball player (UCLA Bruins), suicide by self-inflicted blunt force trauma.
Ω. Oliver Knussen, 66, British composer.
Ω. Barry Mills, 70, American white supremacist and criminal, leader of the Aryan Brotherhood.
Ω. Piratita Morgan, 49, Mexican professional wrestler.
Ω. Bernhard Overbeck76, German numismatist.,
Ω. Frank Ramsey, 86, American Hall of Fame basketball player (Boston Celtics).
Ω. Ken Ravizza, 70, American sports psychologist (Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels, Cal State Fullerton Titans) and academic, complications from heart attack.
Ω. Robert D. Ray, 89, American politician, Governor of Iowa (1969–1983), Mayor of Des Moines (1997), and President of Drake University (1998), Parkinson's disease.
Ω. Saleem Shahzad, 62, Pakistani politician, MNA (1988–1992), lung cancer.
Ω. Lonnie Shelton, 62, American basketball player (New York Knicks, Seattle SuperSonics, Cleveland Cavaliers), hypertension.
Ω. Carlo Vanzina, 67, Italian film director (Eccezzziunale... veramente, Vacanze di Natale, Un'estate al mare), producer and screenwriter.
Ω. Feliciano Amaral, 97, Brazilian pastor and evangelical singer.
Ω. John Dunlop, 78, British racehorse trainer.
Ω. William Dunlop, 32, Northern Irish motorcycle racer, collision during practice.
Ω. Bret Hoffmann, 51, American death metal singer (Malevolent Creation), colorectal cancer.
Ω. Tyler Honeycutt, 27, American basketball player (UCLA, Sacramento Kings), suicide by gunshot.
Ω. Hacène Lalmas, 75, Algerian footballer.
Ω. Garry Lowe, 65, Jamaican bassist (Big Sugar), cancer.
Ω. Alexander Lubigan, 44, Filipino politician, Vice Mayor of Trece Martires, shot.
Ω. Levko Lukyanenko, 89, Ukrainian political Soviet-era dissident and politician, Deputy (1990–1992, 1995–1998, 2002–2007).
Ω. Prince Michel of Bourbon-Parma, 92, French royal, soldier and race car driver.
Ω. Firuz Mustafayev, 84, Azerbaijani politician, Prime Minister (1992).
Ω. Luigi Ossola, 80, Italian football player (Varese, Roma).
Ω. Rani Sarker, 86, Bangladeshi film actress (Devdas).
Ω. Peter Sawyer, 90, British historian.
Ω. Sir Maurice Shock, 92, British educationalist and university administrator, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leicester (1977–1987).
Ω. Terry Todd, 80, American weightlifter and sports historian.
Ω. Omran al-Zoubi, 58, Syrian politician.
Ω. Eugène Bellemare, 86, Canadian politician, MP for Carleton-Gloucester (1988–2004).
Ω. Gilbert Facchinetti, 82, Swiss football executive, President of Neuchâtel Xamax (1979–2005).
Ω. Jeremy Gold, 75, American actuary and economist.
Ω. J. Frederick Grassle, 78, American marine biologist.
Ω. Saman Gunan, 38, Thai diver, participant in Tham Luang cave rescue, asphyxiation.
Ω. Bruce Hunter, 79, American Olympic swimmer (1960).
Ω. Vlatko Ilievski, 33, Macedonian pop singer and actor.
Ω. Kimishige Ishizaka, 92, Japanese immunologist, discovered the antibody class IgE, heart failure.
Ω. Ron Lollar, 69, American politician, member of the Tennessee House of Representatives (since 2006), heart attack.
Ω. Bruce Maher, 80, American football player, (Detroit Lions, New York Giants), cancer.
Ω. Vince Martin, 81, American folk singer ("Cindy, Oh Cindy"), pulmonary fibrosis.
Ω. John Ochsner, 91, American cardiac surgeon, influenza.
Ω. Giuseppina Projetto116, Italian supercentenarian, oldest person in Europe, world's second-oldest living person.,
Ω. Clifford Rozier, 45, American basketball player (Golden State Warriors, Toronto Raptors, Minnesota Timberwolves), heart attack.
Ω. Antonio Toledo Corro, 99, Mexican politician, Governor of Sinaloa (1981–1986), cerebral infarction.
Ω. Amritlal Vegad, 89, Indian author.
Ω. Oleg Yuriev58, Russian writer and translator.,
Ω. Japanese convicted murderers from the Aum Shinrikyo cult, executed by hanging.
Ω. Shoko Asahara, 63, leader. Ω. Seiichi Endo, 58. Ω. Kiyohide Hayakawa, 68. Ω. Yoshihiro Inoue, 48. Ω. Tomomasa Nakagawa55, participant in Sakamoto family murder. Ω. Tomomitsu Niimi, 54. Ω. Masami Tsuchiya53, chemist for Tokyo subway sarin attack.
Ω. Shoko Asahara, 63, leader.
Ω. Seiichi Endo, 58.
Ω. Kiyohide Hayakawa, 68.
Ω. Yoshihiro Inoue, 48.
Ω. Tomomasa Nakagawa55, participant in Sakamoto family murder.,
Ω. Tomomitsu Niimi, 54.
Ω. Masami Tsuchiya53, chemist for Tokyo subway sarin attack.,
Ω. François Budet, 78, French singer-songwriter, novelist, and poet.
Ω. Adamu Ciroma, 83, Nigerian politician and banker, Minister of Finance (1999–2003).
Ω. Donald J. Farish, 75, American educator, President of Roger Williams University (since 2011).
Ω. Evgeny Golod, 83, Russian mathematician.
Ω. Claude Lanzmann, 92, French documentarian (Shoah, The Last of the Unjust, Pourquoi Israël).
Ω. Jim Malloy, 87, American recording engineer (Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Henry Mancini), Grammy winner (1964).
Ω. Gerald Messadié, 87, French author.
Ω. Ed Schultz, 64, American broadcaster (The Ed Show, The Ed Schultz Show, News with Ed Schultz) and political commentator.
Ω. Kenneth Shearwood, 96, English cricketer.
Ω. Michel Suffran, 87, French novelist.
Ω. Jean-Louis Tauran, 75, French Roman Catholic cardinal, President of the PCID (since 2007) and Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church (since 2014), Parkinson's disease.
Ω. Boukary Adji, 79, Nigerien politician, Prime Minister (1996).
Ω. E. Riley Anderson, 85, American judge, Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court (1994–1996, 1997–1998, 1998–2001).
Ω. Carmen Campagne, 58, Canadian singer and children's entertainer, Juno winner (1989), cancer.
Ω. Georges-Emmanuel Clancier, 104, French poet and novelist.
Ω. Marta Davouze73, Czech author, cancer.,
Ω. Henri Dirickx, 90, Belgian footballer (national team).
Ω. Ernst W. Hamburger, 85, Brazilian physicist, lymphoma.
Ω. Rogelio Mangahas, 79, Filipino poet and writer.
Ω. Harry M. Miller, 84, New Zealand-born Australian promoter, publicist and talent agent.
Ω. Robby Müller, 78, Dutch cinematographer (Paris, Texas, Dancer in the Dark, Dead Man).
Ω. Ali Qanso, 70, Lebanese politician, cancer.
Ω. Sir David Smith, 88, British botanist, Principal of the University of Edinburgh (1987–1994).
Ω. Donovan Webster, 59, American journalist.
Ω. Pierre-Ernest Abandzounou, Congolese politician, stroke.
Ω. Ferdinand Bote, 57, Filipino politician, Mayor of General Tinio (since 2016), shot.
Ω. Alan Diaz, 71, American photographer, Pulitzer Prize winner (2001).
Ω. Thérèse Kleindienst, 101, French librarian.
Ω. Krishna Kumari, 92, Indian royal, politician and philanthropist, last Maharani of Jodhpur, member of the Lok Sabha (1971–1977).
Ω. Henri Martre, 90, French telecommunications engineer.
Ω. Boris Orlov, 73, Russian gymnastics coach.
Ω. Takahiro Sato, 41, Japanese manga writer.
Ω. Bradford A. Smith, 86, American astronomer, complications of myasthenia gravis.
Ω. Meic Stephens, 79, Welsh writer and editor.
Ω. Richard Swift, 41, American singer-songwriter, producer and musician (The Shins, The Black Keys, Starflyer 59).
Ω. Guilherme Uchoa, 71, Brazilian politician, President of the Legislative Assembly of Pernambuco, pulmonary edema.
Ω. Dave VanDam, 63, American voice actor and impressionist (David Letterman, Barack Obama), member of the Wack Pack.
Ω. Wang Jian, 56, Chinese businessman, co-founder of Hainan Airlines and HNA Group, fall.
Ω. Henry Butler, 68, American jazz pianist, cancer.
Ω. Emma Cerná, 81, Czech actress (Adelheid, Day for My Love, Viy).
Ω. Sutanto Djuhar, 90, Chinese-Indonesian entrepreneur, co-founder of the Salim Group, Indofood and Indocement.
Ω. Richard S. Ellis, 71, American mathematician.
Ω. Patrick Finnegan, 68, American Army General and lawyer, President of Longwood University (2010–2012), heart attack.
Ω. Stephen Freedman, 68, Canadian-American educator, provost of Fordham University (since 2010).
Ω. Henri Froment-Meurice, 95, French diplomat, Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1979–1981) and West Germany (1981–1983).
Ω. Antonio Halili, 72, Filipino politician, Mayor of Tanauan City (since 2013), shot.
Ω. Maurice Lemaître, 92, French artist.
Ω. Liu Boli, 87, Chinese nuclear chemist, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Ω. Alan Longmuir, 70, Scottish bass guitarist (Bay City Rollers).
Ω. Denis Mitchison, 98, British bacteriologist.
Ω. Jayant Ganpat Nadkarni, 86, Indian Navy admiral, Chief of the Naval Staff (1987–1990).
Ω. Ron Satlof, 79, American television director and producer (The A-Team, Hardcastle and McCormick, Riptide).
Ω. Ángel Roberto Seifart, 76, Paraguayan judge and politician, Vice President (1993–1998).
Ω. Shuhaimi Shafiei50, Malaysian politician, cancer.,
Ω. Marta Synácková, 84, Czech ballet soloist (J. K. Tyl Theatre) and teacher.
Ω. Pavel Tríska, 86, Czech physicist.
Ω. Katsura Utamaru, 81, Japanese rakugo storyteller, pulmonary disease.
Ω. Bill Watrous, 79, American jazz trombonist.
Ω. Armando, 88, Dutch artist.
Ω. Amos Cardarelli, 86, Italian footballer (Roma, Internazionale, national team).
Ω. Roy Carr, 73, British music journalist (NME, Vox).
Ω. Paul Ott Carruth, 83, American singer-songwriter and conservationist, cancer.
Ω. François Corbier, 73, French songwriter and television presenter, cancer.
Ω. Bozhidar Dimitrov, 72, Bulgarian historian, heart attack.
Ω. Brad Dye, 84, American politician, Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi (1980–1992).
Ω. Dick Feagler, 79, American journalist (The Plain Dealer), playwright, and television personality (WKYC, WEWS).
Ω. Peter Firmin, 89, British television producer (Bagpuss, Noggin the Nog, Clangers).
Ω. Gordon Hillman, 74, British archaeobotanist.
Ω. Shirley Huffman, 89, American politician, Mayor of Hillsboro, Oregon (1985–1993).
Ω. Dame Gillian Lynne, 92, British dancer and choreographer (The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, The Muppet Show).
Ω. Anacleto Sima Ngua, 82, Equatorial Guinean Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Bata (1982–2002).
Ω. Gianfranco Petris, 81, Italian footballer (Fiorentina, Lazio, national team).
Ω. Awtar Singh, 52, Afghan politician, loya jirga representative for Paktia, bombing.
Ω. Leo Thiffault, 73, Canadian ice hockey player (Minnesota North Stars).
Ω. Terence Thomas, Baron Thomas of Macclesfield, 80, British banker and politician.
Ω. Julian Tudor Hart, 91, British physician and writer.