Deaths in March 2020
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Mort de Pierre Bénichou, ancien dirigeant de « L’Obs » et chroniqueur des « Grosses Têtes » (in French)
Fallece Rafael Berrio, gran poeta, bohemio, y rockero del 'underground' donostiarra (in Spanish)
Fransız İslam düşünürü Michel Chodkiewicz vefat etti (in Turkish)
Умер заразившийся коронавирусом актер Виктор Дашкевич (in Russian)
De nombreux joueurs réagissent à la mort de Pape Diouf (in French)
Elhunyt Fazakas Szabolcs (in Hungarian)
Скончался известный хоккеист Алексей Фроликов (in Russian)
Fallece el último superviviente de la compañía que liberó París de los nazis (in Spanish)
Track and field figure, former minister Mohamad ‘Bob’ Hasan dies of cancer
Andrew Jack, Dialect Coach and 'Star Wars' Actor, Dies at 76 From Coronavirus Complications
Former Syrian Vice President Abdel-Halim Khaddam passes away in France
Zomrela slovenská herečka Eva Krížiková, mala 85 rokov (in Slovak)
Hedgemon Lewis passes away
Souveräner Steuermann der Wissenschaft (in German)
Ski-Pionier Ivo Mahlknecht ist tot (in German)
The Witches star Vincent Marzello dies aged 68
Entrepreunariat, sport, politique : Paul Natali n'est plus (in French)
Retired Archbishop Ndingi Mwana a'Nzeki is dead
SvD-fotografen Tomas Oneborg avliden i covid-19 (in Swedish)
Elhunyt Peskó Zoltán világhírű magyar karmester (in Hungarian)
Renowned SA scientist Gita Ramjee dies of complications due to Covid-19
Wallace Roney Dead: Miles Davis’ Protege Dies from Covid-19 Complications
「半落ち」佐々部清監督、死去 62歳 (in Japanese)
Jack Schofield, Guardian's Ask Jack tech columnist, dies at 72
Погиб президент Ассоциации аматорского футбола Украины (in Russian)
Former Madrid cyclist Daniel Yuste dies of coronavirus at 75
Died playwright Leonid Zorin died
Editor-in-Chief of Aqiqat journal Amankhan Alimuly passed away
Fallece Luis Arce Gómez, el ministro de García Meza (in Spanish)
Former Sheffield councillor and long-serving Bassetlaw MP dies
L’industriel Maurice Bidermann, frère de Régine et figure de l’affaire Elf, est mort (in French)
Lorena Borjas, Pioneering Transgender Latina Activist in NYC, Dies From COVID-19
ECHL Mourns Loss of League Co-Founder, Hall of Fame member Henry Brabham
Aronian’s wife, Arianne Caoili, dies aged 33
Le sociologue Jean-Claude Chamboredon est mort (in French)
Strega Nona’ author Tomie dePaola is dead at age 85
Louise Ebrel, grande voix de la chanson en Bretagne s'est éteinte (in French)
Photos: The artist known as Dr. Evermor and his metal sculptures over the years
Obituary – Alex Forsyth
Greek Resistance Hero Manolis Glezos Dies at 98
New York neurosurgeon who separated conjoined twins dies from complications of Covid-19
Huddersfield Town former players lead tributes to John Haselden
Former Premier Hau Pei-tsun dies at 100
David Hodgkiss: Lancashire CCC chairman dies after contracting coronavirus
Renowned Playwright Abdul Qadir Junejo Passes Away
Ушел из жизни ветеран "Крыльев Советов" Виктор Карпов (in Russian)
В Сербии от коронавируса скончался епископ Валевский (in Russian)
A giant of our movement by Paul Feldman and John McDonnell
Former Michigan Player, CFB Coach Died Monday Night
Ghana loses second legend in two days as Kwasi Owusu passes away
'He was one of the special ones': Former Stampeder Tim Petros dies at 58
Com poucas pessoas para evitar aglomeração, sambista Riachão é sepultado sob aplausos em Salvador (in Portuguese)
Tania Tinoco: "Ángel Sánchez tenía una gran facilidad para hacer reír" (in Spanish)
Martin Tudor a murit la doar 43 de ani (in Romanian)
PVDA-arts Dirk Van Duppen (63) overleden na strijd tegen pancreaskanker (in Dutch)
Manuel Adolfo Varas un legendario del periodismo deportivo falleció (in Spanish)
Coronavirus : décès de l'ex-président congolais Yhombi Opango (in French)
Opoku Afriyie ‘Bayie’: Asante Kotoko, Ghana Legend Passes Away At 75
Condensed-matter physics pioneer Philip Anderson dies aged 96
Jodami's trainer Peter Beaumont dies at the age of 85
È morto Attilio Bignasca (in Italian)
Died great Russian writer Yuri Bondarev
Jefferies Group CFO dies of coronavirus complications
Fallece Jose Luis Capón por coronavirus, histórico lateral del Atlético de Madrid (in Spanish)
Vaucluse : le député Jean-François Cesarini est décédé à 49 ans (in French)
Coronavirus : Patrick Devedjian, président des Hauts-de-Seine et ancien ministre, est mort du Covid-19 (in French)
Joe Diffie, Nineties Country’s ‘Pickup Man,’ Dead at 61
Utah business titan Bob Garff dies from COVID-19, his daughter says
Longtime College Football Coach Has Died At 77
CBS mourns longtime journalist Maria Mercader, who died at 54 from coronavirus
Alan Merrill, ‘I Love Rock ‘N Roll’ Writer, Dies at 69
Paravai Muniyamma passes away
Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., former editor of America and president of Fordham, dies at 89
Beeldhouwer Valeer Peirsman overlijdt net voor 88ste verjaardag: “Temse is één groot openluchtmuseum met zijn werk” (in Dutch)
Krzysztof Penderecki, composer whose music was used in The Shining and Children of Men, dies at 86
Nécrologie. Francis Rapp s’en est allé, emporté par le Covid-19 (in French)
State Rep. Isaac Robinson dies of suspected coronavirus infection
Angelo Rottoli Passes Away at 61, Loses Battle With Coronavirus
Le réalisateur suisse Jean-Louis Roy est mort (in French)
Comedian Ken Shimura dies after being hospitalized for coronavirus
1971 war icon Chandan Singh is dead
Mort de Henri Tincq, grande plume de l’information religieuse (in French)
狠撞分隔島！ 前國防部副部長開車自撞殞命 (in Chinese)
Radioprofilen Kerstin Behrendtz (in Swedish)
1949-2020: Murió el guitarrista Nicolás "Colacho" Brizuela, el mejor compañero de escenarios que tuvo Mercedes Sosa (in Spanish)
R.I.P. John Callahan - 'All My Children' Star Dead at 66
Former U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn dies at 72
‘Magnificent’ Conor Connelly remembered after sudden death
Actor Matthew Faber Dead at 47
Muere por coronavirus el activista y expreso político madrileño Chato Galante (in Spanish)
Décès ce samedi, à 86 ans, du père des Jeux Africains (in French)
Últimas notícias de coronavírus de 28 de março (in Portuguese)
'Grim Sleeper' Serial Killer Lonnie Franklin Dies in California Prison Cell
William Helmreich, sociologist of US Jewry and inveterate New Yorker, dies of coronavirus
Jan Howard, Grand Ole Opry Stalwart, Dead at 91
Olympian Pearson Jordan passes away from COVID-19
Squash great Azam Khan dies of coronavirus aged 95
Original Riot guitarist Lou 'L.A.' Kouvaris Dies At 66
Former Plymouth Argyle chairman Dan McCauley passes away at the age of 84
Умер сын композитора Василия Раинчика — Сергей Раинчик (in Russian)
Hessens Finanzminister Thomas Schäfer ist tot (in German)
David Schramm, Star of ’90s Sitcom ‘Wings,’ Dies at 73
Former Broncos cornerback/kick returner Goldie Sellers dies at 78
Décès d’Hertha Töpper (in French)
E' morto Edoardo Vesentini, direttore emerito della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (in Italian)
Mor l'actor de doblatge barceloní Salvador Vives, per coronavirus (in Catalan)
Former Drama Desk President William Wolf Passes Away
Murió Roberto Alemann, ministro de Economía de Frondizi y del genocida Galtieri (in Spanish)
Muere a los 69 la actriz Elvia Andreoli (in Spanish)
Reggae icon Bob Andy has died
Desenhista Daniel Azulay morre no Rio vítima de coronavírus (in Portuguese)
Brian John Blume
Former Assemblyman Bob Campbell succumbs to cancer
Montpellier : Willy Dimeglio s'est éteint à l'âge de 85 ans (in French)
Mirna Doris è morta, l'annuncio della clinica: la regina della canzone napoletana stroncata da un cancro (in Italian)
Muere por coronavirus el jefe del Grupo de Acción Rápida de la Guardia Civil que dirigió el aislamiento de los vecinos de Haro (in Spanish)
Ex-Iran weightlifter Daniel Gevargiz dies
Peanuts: Harriet Glickman, Who Inspired Franklin's Creation, Passes Away
Muerte Kalil Haché enluta el deporte dominicano (in Spanish)
Les Hunter, star on 1963 Loyola title team, dies at 77
Dernière minute: Décès de Hamed Karoui à 92 ans (in French)
Dr. Joseph Lowery Dead: Dean of the Civil Rights Movement Dies at 98
Умер режиссер Владимир Любомудров (in Russian)
Coronavirus: murió en España Ruben Melogno, cantante de Psiglo (in Spanish)
Malawian economist Thandika Mkandawire dies
Former LSU and Broncos WR Orlando McDaniel dies from coronavirus
Michael McKinnell Dies of Complications from Coronavirus
Former Widnes and St Helens centre Frank Myler dies aged 81
In Memoriam: Lanny Schmidt, Regents Professor Emeritus
Умерла известная актриса драматического театра Кларина Шадько (in Russian)
Egyptian comedy icon George Sidhom dies at 81
PDI-P lawmaker passes away while being monitored for COVID-19
SP MP Beni Prasad Varma passes away
RIP Delroy Washington
Décès à 87 ans de l'ancien coureur Roger Baens, ex-équipier de Rik Van Looy (in French)
Joe Baltake, former film critic for Philadelphia Daily News, Sacramento Bee, dies at 74
Ancien maire d'Orléans, le docteur Jean-Louis Bernard est décédé (in French)
NC Rep. MaryAnn Black, a former Durham County commissioner, dies at 76
Muere por coronavirus María Teresa de Borbón-Parma, la «princesa roja» (in Spanish)
Professor Jenny Clack, FRS, 1947-2020
Filipino actor Menggie Cobarrubias dies amid coronavirus pandemic
83 éves korában elhunyt dr. Csákabonyi Balázs (in Hungarian)
Actorul Constantin Drăgănescu a murit. Avea 84 de ani (in Romanian)
Maestro Martinho Lutero Galati de Oliveira morre em São Paulo após contrair coronavírus (in Portuguese)
Renowned artist Satish Gujral passes away at 94
L'ancien sélectionneur de l'équipe de France Michel Hidalgo est décédé (in French)
Musikern Olle Holmquist död av coronaviruset (in Swedish)
Rolf Huisgen (1920 – 2020)
Cats Great Passes
Oscar Ichazo 1931 – 2020
Songwriter Bill Martin dies at the age of 81
Preminuo akademik Rade Mihaljčić (in Serbian)
Naomi Munakata, maestrina titular do Coral Paulistano, morre aos 64 anos por coronavirus em SP (in Portuguese)
Harlem Globetrotter legend Fred “Curly” Neal passes away
Former Irish Open champion John O'Leary passes away
Toscana coronavirus: è morto a Lucca il cantante lirico Luigi Roni (in Italian)
Disparition : "Les Collègues" en deuil, Georges Rostan, dit "Momie", est mort (in French)
John Sears, Strategist for Nixon and Reagan, Dies at 79 (registration required)
Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya actor Sethu passes away
Former Claret Freddie Smith passes away
Michael Sorkin, visionary and incisive architect, educator, critic, has passed away from COVID-19
Tyler, Dr. Michael James AO
Muere Manuel del Valle, el exalcalde de Sevilla que rediseñó la ciudad (in Spanish)
A tribute to my good friend Hamish Wilson
Legendary Astros outfielder Jimmy Wynn dies at age 78
CDA'er en Brabander in hart en nieren Harry Aarts (90) overleden aan coronavirus (in Dutch)
Muere por coronavirus la figurinista María Araujo, ganadora de 3 premios Max (in Spanish)
هنرمند نقاش و معمار شناخته شدۀ ارمنی تبار در اثر بیماری کرونا درگذشت (in Persian)
Voormalig Vitesse-voorzitter Kees Bakker (76) overleden aan COVID-19 (in Dutch)
Bagnolo, è morto l'ex ciclista Danilo Barozzi (in Italian)
Bill Bartholomay has died
The organist Jennifer Bate has died
Mark Blum Remembered by Co-Stars Madonna, Rosanna Arquette: ‘A Remarkable Human’
Famed Chef Floyd Cardoz Dies of Coronavirus at 59
Former Donegal TD Hugh Conaghan dies aged 93
Armée : le colonel Ousmane Conté, fils aîné du général Lansana Conté, n’est plus! (in French)
MLS original John DeBrito dies at 51
Four-peat UAAP champion coach Aric Del Rosario passes away
Stephen E. Dille
Disparition de Jean-Jacques Fernier, vice-président de l'Institut Courbet (in French)
Dario Gabbai, Auschwitz Sonderkommando survivor, dies at 97
Nemai Ghosh (1934-2020): ‘Boswell with a camera’ dies at 86
Scriitorul Paul Goma, ucis de coronavirus. Disidentul a murit într-un spital din Paris (in Romanian)
Sudan defence minister dies of heart attack at Juba peace talks
Voormalig PSV-verdediger Peter Kemper (77) overleden (in Dutch)
Bishop Henk Kronenberg, S.M. †
Donatien Laurent, spécialiste de la culture orale bretonne, est mort (in French)
FBI agent Robert Levinson dies 'in Iranian custody,' family announces
The singer, Liesbeth List, at the age of 78 and died
Former Minister Dr. TM Lotha passes away at 68
Mongolia’s first bishop dies at 101
Умерла народная артистка СССР Инна Макарова (in Russian)
Richard Marak, editor of Hemingway, Baldwin and Ludlam, dies at 86
È morto Detto Mariano, ha composto canzoni per Celentano, Mina e Battisti (in Italian)
Former Senator Francis McManimon Has Died
Gearbox Software co-founder Landon Montgomery has died
La scomparsa del vescovo Moreschi, missionario in Etiopia (in Italian)
Credo Mutwa passes on at 98 years old
Veteran Actress Nimmi Aka Nawab Banoo Passes Away At 87
Richard Reeves, Columnist and Author on Presidents, Dies at 83 (registration required)
Bills 50th All-Time team member Mike Stratton passes
فرزانه تأییدی، بازیگر سینما و تئاتر در تبعید درگ (in Persian)
Football great Terry Tausch passes away
Rennes. Jean-Yves Veillard, ancien conservateur du musée de Bretagne, est décédé (in French)
Coronavirus, è morto a Genova il professor Lorenzo Acquarone (in Italian)
Vefat ve başsağlığı | Nihat Akbay (in Turkish)
Помер колишній депутат Іван Бокий (in Ukrainian)
Rabbi Romi Cohn, Holocaust survivor and rescuer, dies of coronavirus at 92
È morto Bepi Covre, parlamentare ed ex sindaco di Oderzo: aveva 69 anni (in Italian)
John G. Davies, 90, Retired Judge Of U.S. District Court, Dies
Manu Dibango: African saxophone legend dies of Covid-19
Coronavirus: Scottish diplomat Steven Dick dies in Hungary
Voice Actor William Dufris Passes Away Due to Cancer
John "Jompa" Eriksson har gått ur tiden (in Swedish)
African Football Legend Mohamed Farah Dies From COVID-19
Former New York Times reporter Alan Finder dies of coronavirus
Ex-Ministerpräsident Alfred Gomolka ist tot (in German)
Stuart Gordon, Cult Classic Horror Director, Dies at 72
Novelist and short story writer E Harikumar passes away
Beloved Essendon figure Jack Jones dies aged 95
Loring Mandel, Screenwriter and 'Advise and Consent' Playwright, Dies at 91
Multiple Tony-winning playwright Terrence McNally dies at 81
Vale Thomas McNeil
Помер співак Анатолій Мокренко (in Ukrainian)
Longtime Bay Area pulmonary specialist Dr. John F. Murray dies of disease he helped fight after bout with COVID-19
Skuespiller Kari Onstad er død (in Norwegian)
Fallece en Cuba el reconocido realizador audiovisual Juan Padrón (in Spanish)
Jenny Polanco, acclaimed Dominican fashion designer, dies of coronavirus
Bill Rieflin, Drummer for King Crimson, Ministry, R.E.M., Dies at 59
Rodrigo Rochet, el reconocido actor de los 90 que falleció en accidente de helicóptero en Colina (in Spanish)
Умер сценарист и писатель Илья Рубинштейн (in Russian)
Racing legend Tony Rutter sadly passes away
Mort d'Odile Schmitt, voix française d'Eva Longoria (in French)
Bernard Schreiner, ancien député du Bas-Rhin, est mort (in French)
The composer Gerard Schurmann has died
Eward H. Dr. Dr. h.c.Tarr (in German)
Don Ignacio Trelles "murió en paz y en casa" (in Spanish)
Asterix’ illustrator and co-creator Albert Uderzo dies at 92
Oud-voorzitter Van Delft van NEC overleden (in Dutch)
Joe Amoruso è morto: addio al pianista del supergruppo di Pino Daniele (in Italian)
Morto Alberto Arbasino, lo scrittore aveva 90 anni (in Italian)
The Jewish Museum Remembers Maurice Berger (1956–2020)
The famous Italian actress, a former “Miss Italy” died of coronavirus (photo)
Bill Braum, Ice Cream and Burger Chain Founder, Dead at 92
E' morto Carlo Casini, fondatore del Movimento per la Vita (in Italian)
Kickbokslegende Branko Cikatic (65) overleden: ‘Mijn hart huilt’ (in Dutch)
RIP David Collings
Addio ad Alfio Contini, direttore della fotografia per Risi, Antonioni, Cavani, Fulci, Celentano (in Italian)
Maurice Delbez (1922-2020) (in French)
Muere Borja Domecq, ganadero de Jandilla, por coronavirus (in Spanish)
Muere el ex-presidente de Red Eléctrica José Folgado por coronavirus (in Spanish)
RIP Apple Gabriel - Founding Member of Israel Vibration
Fallece José García, exconsejero de Salud y Asuntos Sociales (in Spanish)
Fallece Antonio García-Moreno, sacerdote y profesor de la Universidad de Navarra (in Spanish)
Tristan Garel-Jones, Tory ‘wet’ and able deputy chief whip under Margaret Thatcher – obituary (registration required)
Nora Illi ist im Alter von 35 Jahren verstorben (in German)
Jo Wood says brother Paul Karslake died of coronavirus
Prominent New York Gallerist Paul Kasmin, Who Helped Elevate Chelsea Into an Art Hub, Has Died at Age 60
Noted educationist Burhanuddin Khan Jahangir passes away
Cédric Klapisch en deuil : le réalisateur de L'auberge espagnole annonce le décès de son papa (in French)
Justice Robert E. Lavender
Умер археолог, открывший древнее Берестье и Туровский крест, который обещал восстановить президент (in Russian)
Prominent 30-year-old Zimbabwe broadcaster dies of coronavirus
Former Baltimore Ravens scout and mentor Ron Marciniak dies
הבמאי והשחקן ניקו ניתאי הלך לעולמו (in Hebrew)
Purwaniatun, Pesinetron yang Kerap Perankan ART, Meninggal Dunia (in Indonesian)
Dr. Usama Riaz gave everything he had to fight COVID-19. The world should know his name.
Anthony D. "Tony" Ribaudo
GE executive, philanthropist Walter Robb dies of COVID-19
Disparition. Lucien Sève s’est éteint. (in French)
Telecoms 'visionary' and founder of Shaw Communications dies at 85
Stanley Sporkin, Ex-Head of SEC Enforcement Unit, Dies at 88
'Devastating': vicar and headteacher among latest UK coronavirus victims
'Princes of Exiles' Director Giles Walker Dies at 74
Psychic Ills’ Tres Warren Dead at 41
Drag Legend Nashom Wooden Dies From COVID-19
E’ morto a Milano lo scultore modicano 83enne Blandino (in Italian)
S-a stins din viață jurnalistul Petru Bogatu (in Romanian)
S’ha mort el lingüista Germà Colón, víctima de la Covid-19 (in Catalan)
Gabi Delgado (DAF) ist tot (in German)
American-born folk singer Julie Felix dies aged 81
Ciprian Foias July 20 1933 March 22 2020 (age 86)
Enugu Rangers striker Ifeanyi George killed in car crash
Addio a Pino Grimaldi, genio innovatore del design (in Italian)
Jack Henn, SDSU National Champion Volleyball Coach, Dies at 79
Máximo Hernández, exentrenador del Albacete, fallece a los 74 años en Madrid (in Spanish)
Fallece Benito Joanet, víctima del coronavirus (in Spanish)
Taiwan dancing queen Serena Liu dead at 44
Muere José María Loizaga, consejero de ACS, a los 84 años, víctima de coronavirus (in Spanish)
Mike Longo, Prominent Jazz Pianist Known For His Tenure with Dizzy Gillespie, Dies at 83
Muere Carmen de Mairena, pionera del transformismo y estrella de 'Crónicas Marcianas' (in Spanish)
E' morto Pasquale Russo Maresca, pittore ossessionato dai volti (in Italian)
A murit profesorul și antropologul Vintilă Mihăilescu (in Romanian)
’A terrible loss:’ U.S.Judge James M. Munley dies at 83, is second Middle District judge to die this month
Vasile Ouatu, fost patron al clubului de volei Unic Piatra Neamț, este a treia victimă a coronavirusului în România (in Romanian)
Archbishop Emeritus Daniel Pilarczyk has passed away
Ex-Iran cyclist Behrouz Rahbar dies
Professor Richard Sharpe (1954-2020)
Padma Shri awardee Prof Harkishan passes away
Peter Stapleton (25 April 1954 – 22 March 2020)
Former Macon Mayor Ronnie Thompson passes away
Veteran Kollywood director Visu passes away at 74
Eric Weissberg, 'Dueling Banjos' Musician, Dead at 80
Former Vanderbilt football coach Woody Widenhofer has died at 77
Jürg Zeltner has succumbed to a brain tumor
Умер актёр, бывший диктор Радио Свобода Эрнст Зорин (in Russian)
La mort de la psychanalyste Marguerite Derrida (in French)
1975 World Cup hockey legend Balasingam dies
Former dean of UP Asian Center dies due to pneumonia, COVID-19
Померла відомий соціолог Ірина Бекешкіна, яку знали всі (in Ukrainian)
דב בן-מאיר ז"ל (in Hebrew)
Mor per coronavirus l'exalcalde de l'Hospitalet Vicenç Capdevila (in Spanish)
E' morto il regista Tonino Conte, fondatore del Teatro della Tosse (in Italian)
Lord Ted Graham of Edmonton: Sharing a Memory
Arkansas State Politician B.G. Hendrix dies at 97
Professor Eldred Jones passes away
加戸守行・前愛媛県知事死去 (in Japanese)
Sol Kerzner dies after struggle with cancer
Richard S. Kline, Emmy-Nominated Producer and Director of News and Game Shows, Dies at 79
Ray Mantilla, Percussionist Who Blazed a Trail in Both Jazz and Latin Music, Is Dead at 85
Sazae-san, Anpanman Voice Actor Hiroshi Masuoka Passes Away Due to Cancer at 83
James Wright McLernon
宮城まり子さん死去 「やさしいことはつよいのよ」 (in Japanese)
È morto Gianni Mura, storica firma di Repubblica (in Italian)
Vendée : les hommages à l’ancien sénateur Jacques Oudin, décédé (in French)
Zmarł ksiądz Piotr Pawlukiewicz (in Polish)
Bishop of Vellore Dr Soundararaju (70) Passes Away
CSA pays tribute to Rani Hendricks and Anton Procter
Coronavirus: un médecin urgentiste de Compiègne décède après avoir été infecté (in French)
Former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz dies age 76 after coronavirus infection
Zum Tod des Geigers Hellmut Stern Der musizierende Weltbürger (in German)
L’ancien magistrat Pierre Truche est mort (in French)
In Memoriam - Mark Andrews, QC
Легендарная актриса Айбарчин Бакирова скончалась в возрасте 70 лет (in Russian)
PK, the Prince Charming of Indian football, departs
सम्मानित कथाकार और उपन्यासकार सुषम बेदी का निधन (in Hindi)
Mimar ve şair Cengiz Bektaş vefat etti (in Turkish)
Long-time Ottawa public servant Claude Bennett passes away
Harry van den Bergh (1942-2020) heeft de PvdA nooit losgelaten (in Dutch)
Iowa broadcast journalist Dean Borg has died at 81
Celebrating our champion of education and equity Professor Denise Bradley
Murió Amadeo Carrizo, una leyenda de River (in Spanish)
Muere Belarmino Correa Yepes, obispo y misionero de la Amazonía colombiana (in Spanish)
Muere el tenor Enrique del Portal, víctima de «la otra epidemia», según la viuda (in Spanish)
Muere Carlos Falcó, marqués de Griñón, a los 83 años por coronavirus (in Spanish)
Cameroun : décès de l'industriel Victor Fotso (in French)
Former MLA K J George dies
Benediktinermönch und Zen-Meister: Willigis Jäger starb mit 95 Jahren (in German)
Умер дагестанский писатель и драматург Шапи Казиев (in Russian)
Mannheimer Eishockey-Legende Werner Lorenz im Alter von 83 Jahren verstorben (in German)
Former Syrian Defense Minister passes away at 81
Ohio Rep. Don Manning of the Mahoning Valley dies
Bishop Justin Mulenga of Mpika Diocese Dies
Son dakika haberi: Muhterem Nur hayatını kaybetti (in Turkish)
Coronavirus, morto l'ex sindaco Marino Quaresimin (in Italian)
Country Music Icon Kenny Rogers Dies at 81
Giovanni Romanini morto, Bologna piange il fumettista (in Italian)
Dernier envol pour Jean-Marie Saget… (in French)
Robert H. Scarborough Jr.
Ушёл из жизни Владимир (in Russian)
Jerry Slick, San Francisco Musician/Filmmaker & Grace’s 1st Husband, Dead at 80
Borislav Stankovic passes away at age 94
Robert Loyd 'Bob' Stephenson
Italia : Il Covid-19 non risparmia i missionari (in Italian)
Basilicata. E’ morto il maestro Gino Volpe (in Italian)
Schauspieler Sascha Oskar Weis gestorben (in German)
Czech Hockey Legend Vladimír Zábrodský Dies at 97
Román Arámbula – RIP
Oud-burgemeester van Slenaken en Noorbeek Léon Bogman (92) overleden (in Dutch)
Ушел из жизни народный артист, актер ростовского Драмтеатра Игорь Богодух (in Russian)
Go DJ Black N Mild, Dies at 44 Following Coronavirus Diagnosis
Milano: morto Enrico Decleva, rettore Università Statale per 11 anni (in Italian)
Livré-la-Touche. L'auteur de bandes dessinées François Dermaut est décédé (in French)
Coronavirus, muore l'ex Bari Innocenzo Donina (in Italian)
Max Engman in memoriam (in Finnish)
Camille Fischbach, ex-gardien de l'US Forbach et du FC Metz, s'est éteint (in French)
Legendary baseball coach Joe Ferebee dead at 101
In Memoriam: James Jacobs
Hans-Wiggo Knudsen blev 75 år: Et levet liv er værd at dø for (in Danish)
Former Iran MP Hamid Kahram dies from coronavirus
Elsevier Weekblad-redacteur Rik Kuethe overleden (in Dutch)
梁思成学生、建筑学专家李道增院士逝世 (in Chinese)
COVID-19:Congolese music legend Aurlus Mabele dies
ASU Hall of Fame running back Ben Malone dies at age 68
L’ancien ministre libéral de la Justice du Québec Herbert Marx est décédé jeudi (in French)
Oliver Lee Pitts
Raymond Renard (in French)
Noted poet, folklorist Ashraf Siddiqui dies
Coronavirus, morto Michele Stanca: genetista e vicepresidente dei Georgofili (in Italian)
Peter Whittingham: Cardiff City legend dies aged 35
Il necrologio dei Giusti - In queste giornate terribili perdiamo anche Nazzareno Zamperla detto Neno, uno dei pilastri del nostro cinema di genere - noto anche, al tempo degli Spaghetti Western, come Nick Anderson, Nicholas St. John, Tony Zamperla, è stato attore e stuntman per decine e decine di film non solo italiani (in Italian)
Radsport: Olympia-Dritter Ziegler gestorben (in German)
Burkina Faso's records first COVID-19 death in sub-Saharan Africa
Alumnus and philanthropist Brownlee O. Currey Jr. has died
Le pianiste Wray Downes nous a quitté (in French)
Lefranc, Alix ou Arsène Lupin, tous en deuil du dessinateur Erwin Drèze (in French)
Disparition de Jean Dufour : Marseille perd un élu historique (in French)
Former Judge Patrick J. Duggan, father of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, dies at 86
Former Bucks GM, Wisconsin coach John Erickson dies at 92
Addio all'ex calciatore Luciano Federici (in Italian)
Catherine Hamlin, 'Saint of Addis Ababa', dies at 96
Choral composer Ken Kafui dies
Emil Karewicz nie żyje. Popularny aktor zmarł w wieku 97 lat (in Polish)
L'ancien PDG de TF1 Patrick Le Lay est mort (in French)
Mort du violoniste et pédagogue Jean Leber (in French)
배우 문지윤, 18일 급성 패혈증으로 사망 (in Korean)
Julia Miles, Influential Founder of the Women's Project Theater Off-Broadway, Dies at 90
Umrl igralec Peter Musevski (in Slovene)
Fallece Joaquín Peiró a los 84 años (in Spanish)
दु:खद! ज्येष्ठ अभिनेते रविराज यांचे निधन (in Hindi)
Hommage à Henri Richelet, peintre du temps qui passe (in French) (subscription required)
Australian Rugby Hall of Famer, former Wallabies skipper John Solomon dies
Ex-Oldham ace Kevin Taylor found dead at home
Sérgio Trindade, cientista do IPCC e parte de equipe que ganhou Nobel da Paz, morre aos 79 anos de Covid-19, diz agência (in Portuguese)
Dr. William A. Weber
U.S. District Middle Tennessee Judge Thomas Wiseman, a 'giant as a jurist,' dies at 89
Apollo Astronaut Al Worden, one of the few who orbited the moon, dies
La senatrice Vittoria Bogo Deledda stroncata da un tumore (in Italian)
Michael Broadbent MW dies aged 92
Horst Felbermayr Snr: 1945-2020
Great Lakes Theater Legend Gerald Freedman Dies at 92
Умерла вдова Юрия Гагарина (in Russian)
Former MNA Syed Mumtaz Alam Gilani passes away at 79
Johan Goudsblom: trefzeker denker, bewapend met twijfel (in Dutch)
Mort de Jérôme Hanquez à 46 ans : Yannick Noah rend hommage au tennisman (in French)
Taiwanese opera performer Hsiao Feng Hsien dies at 79
Zmarł był reprezentant Polski Piotr Jegor. Miał 51 lat (in Polish)
五輪自転車初代日本代表の加藤忠氏が死去 85歳 (in Japanese)
L’ancien arbitre international Michel Kitabdjian nous a quittés (in French)
Marathi actor Jairam Kulkarni no more
Умер Эдуард Лимонов (in Russian)
Floyd Mayweather Uncle Roger Mayweather Dies ... Legendary Boxing Trainer
Bill McPherson, 88, five-time Super Bowl-winning 49ers assistant, passes away
Décès de l’ancien président bissau-guinéen Manuel Serifo Nhamadjo (in French)
Habay: le papa d'Amélie Nothomb est décédé d'une crise cardiaque (in French)
Former State Rep. Bobby Outten passes away at 71
Lahkus poliitik Arvo Sarapuu (in Estonian)
UW pathologist Stephen Schwartz, 78, dies after COVID-19 hospitalization
Theaterman Felix Strategier (1950-2020): eigenzinnig tot het einde (in Dutch)
Danh ca Thái Thanh qua đời (in Vietnamese)
Acteur Johny Voners overleden (in Dutch)
Lyle Waggoner, 'The Carol Burnett Show' star, dead at 84
Tributes pour in as Nobel Prize winner and 'a true soldier of peace' Betty Williams dies at 76
Nicolas Alfonsi est décédé (in French)
Longtime University of Oregon athletic administrator Jim Bartko dies at 54
L'addio a Bassi, il menestrello della Bassa che cantava il Po (in Italian)
Broadcaster Anne Atkins reveals death of father in 'extraordinary' and 'moving' Thought for The Day
NASCAR Modified Veteran Wade Cole Dies At 67
פרופ' מנחם פרידמן הלך לעולמו (in Hebrew)
Ranveig Frøiland er død (in Norwegian)
Un haut dignitaire religieux iranien parmi ceux chargés de choisir le chef suprême succombe à une infection à coronavirus (in French)
Gujarati film actor, friend die in road accident
Farewell to Rama Iyer, an eminent servant of old Malaysia
Muere la arqueóloga subacuática Pilar Luna Erreguerena (in Spanish)
Njargel, Jan Levor (1943-2020) (in Norwegian)
Coronavirus, morto Francesco Saverio Pavone, l'ex Procuratore che smantellò la Mala del Brenta (in Italian)
'Dogs In Space' Star Passes Away
Patil Puttappa Passes Away: ಹಿರಿಯ ಸಾಹಿತಿ ನಾಡೋಜ ಪಾಟೀಲ್ ಪುಟ್ಟಪ್ಪ ಇನ್ನಿಲ್ಲ (in Kannada)
Former Sacred Reich Guitarist Jason Rainey Dies Of Apparent Heart Attack
فریبرز رئیس دانا، اقتصاددان، بر اثر ابتلا به کرونا درگذشت (in Persian)
Умер сооснователь «Гражданской обороны» Константин Рябинов (in Russian)
Former state legislator and Hernando County commissioner found dead
Iranian futsal coach Taheri dies of coronavirus
Stuart Whitman dead: Oscar-nominated star dies aged 92 amid skin cancer battle
Hank Workman, All-American and Captain of USC's 1948 Champion Baseball Team, Dies
پیشکسوت وزنهبرداری درگذشت (in Persian)
Former Star Centre, Savenaca Aria, Dies
Charles Atger, l'envol d'un géant… (in French)
Suzy Delair (Quai des Orfèvres), doyenne des comédiennes, est morte à 102 ans (in French)
Скончался бывший председатель ДОСААФ Москвы генерал-лейтенант Александр Денисов (in Russian)
Bishop Robert W. McElroy’s statement on March 16 2020
Plauener Künstler Manfred Feiler mit 94 gestorben (in German)
Morre no Rio, aos 89 anos, o Acadêmico Affonso Arino de Mello Franco (in Portuguese)
La boxe piange Elio Ghelfi, l'allenatore dei grandi campioni (in Italian)
Morto Vittorio Gregotti, maestro dell’architettura del Novecento (in Italian)
Former Rep. Richard Hanna, GOP moderate from Upstate NY, dies at 69
Roy Hudd dies aged 83
Southern Vermont artist Wolf Kahn dies at age 92
Suru-uutinen: 104-vuotias olympiajuoksija Aarne Kainlauri on kuollut (in Finnish)
 (registration required)
Tributes are paid to former Port Vale forward Mick Morris
The pilot Indiana Muñoz dies after suffering a fall in Brazil
中国工程院院士宁津生因病在武汉逝世 (in Chinese)
MCA leaders pay tribute to former sec-gen
Obituary: Philip Einar Olsen
Sportkrönikören Lasse Sandlin död (in Swedish)
Ex-governor Iftikhar Shah passes away
'Aytaç Yalman'ın corona virüs nedeniyle öldüğü kanaati oluşmuştur' (Başhekimlik açıkladı) (in Turkish)
Pré-candidato do PSDB à prefeitura do Rio, ex-ministro Gustavo Bebianno morre em Teresópolis, aos 56 anos (in Portuguese)
Doriot Anthony Dwyer, second ever female principal chair at major U.S. orchestra, dies at 98
Décès de l'illustrateur et dessinateur René Follet (in French)
Jon Atle Gaarder (in Norwegian)
Si è spento Giancarlo Ghironzi (in Italian)
Founding PPP member Mubashir Hasan passes away in Lahore: family sources
Mike Mastovich | Johnstown hockey icon Galen Head passes away at 72
Count Arthur Strong cast member dies
Voice Actress Tamaki Nakanishi Passes Away at 44
Lieutenant General John L. Pickitt, USAF, Ret.
Zemřela Eva Pilarová. Poslední rozloučení kvůli koronaviru nebude (in Czech)
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Dead at 70
El adiós del cura obrero: fallece Mariano Puga a los 88 años (in Spanish)
കവി പുതുശ്ശേരി രാമചന്ദ്രൻ അന്തരിച്ചു, വിപ്ലവസാഹിത്യത്തിന്റെ മുന്നണിക്കാരിൽ ഒരാൾ (in Malayalam)
Former Japan ice dancing champion Reed dead at 30
Coronavirus, morto Piero Schlesinger. La Cattolica: "Addio maestro, sei stato un modello" (in Italian)
Rest in peace Henry Smith
A murit „Miki“ Alexandrescu, cunoscutul comentator de Formula 1 (in Romanian)
Renowned Israeli poet and journalist Menahem Ben dies at 71
Falleció Alejandro Betts, el malvinense que defendió la soberanía argentina sobre las Islas Malvinas (in Spanish)
Lucien Braun nous a quittés (in French)
Ivan Davis: Tributes pour in for ‘man of the people’
Arch Deal, longtime WFLA news anchor who survived parachute fall, dead at 88
NPA leader, 2 others killed in Baguio clash
RIP: The Rt. Rev. Barbara C. Harris, Anglican Communion’s first female bishop, dies at 89
Eugene "Gene" Thomas Long III
Findhorn Foundation's founder Dorothy Maclean dies aged 100
James Watson Mahaffey
Giwi Margwelaschwili ist tot (in German)
예술원 회원 문덕수 시인 타계 …모더니즘 문학에 기여한 거목 (in Korean)
Former Speaker of the House Filippos Petsalnikos Dies at 70
Dance Around The World singer Richenel (62) passed away
Iranian Gen. Shabani dies from coronavirus
John Stevenson: Tributes to 'unique' former BBC journalist
66-aastaselt suri kauaaegne ajakirjanik Mart Ummelas (in Estonian)
Noted Taiwanese poet Yang Mu dies at 79
Former Czech Olympic javelin champion Dana Zatopkova dies at 97
Vale Kevin Bacon
Australian Jazz Legend Don Burrows Passes Away At Age 92
Cognet : le corps de Jean-Michel Cambon retrouvé au pied d'une falaise (in French)
Le triple champion ivoirien de boxe, Bessé Mobio Henry, dit Sonny, est décédé (in French)
Judo-Deutschland trauert um Wolfgang Hofmann (in German)
Sir John Lyons 1932-2020
Actress and director Tonie Marshall dies aged 68
Virgin Radio presenter Pete Mitchell has died
Morto per il coronavirus l’ex parlamentare Coldiretti Gianni Rabino (in Italian)
Morreu Francisco Romãozinho (in Portuguese)
Michel Roux, Whose Vodka Success Was Absolut, Is Dead at 78
Necrologie: ‘The King’ Freek Schutten (1941-2020) geliefd bij PEC Zwolle en Zwolsche Boys (in Dutch)
Sun Ra Arkestra’s Danny Ray Thompson Dead at 72
Oud-wethouder Eindhoven en voorzitter Van Abbestichting Peter van den Baar overleden (in Dutch)
L'acteur et metteur en scène Didier Bezace est mort (in French)
Moto: Bianco morto in incidente, esordio mondiale a 15 anni (in Italian)
A murit avocatul Lucian Bolcaș, fost vicepreședinte al PRM (in Romanian)
Federal Judge Caputo dies at 81
‘Sterkste man’ Gerard du Prie overleden (in Dutch)
Environmentalist Sir Rob Fenwick dies at age 68
Elhunyt Gyuricza József világbajnok tőrvívó (in Hungarian)
Burkhard Hirsch ist tot (in German)
Sculptor of Palm Springs' popular 'Forever Marilyn' statue dies of cancer at 89
Former Calgary Flames president and CEO Ken King dies
Светлой памяти Кириченко Ирины Ивановны (in Russian)
Whitney MacMillan, former leader of Cargill and descendant of its founder, dies at 90
Saudade: descanse em paz, dom Sebastião Roque (in Portuguese)
Veteran Bengali Actor Santu Mukhopadhyay Dies At 69
Jarrod Zane Patterson
Ушла из жизни Олимпийская чемпионка из Бердянска Татьяна Пророченко (in Russian)
Legendary Giants receiver Del Shofner dies at age 85
Dual Classic Winner War Emblem Dies
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Charles Wuorinen dies at 81
سید محمد علوی تبار از نزدیکان رهبر ایران و نماینده پیشین مجلس بر اثر ابتلا به کرونا درگذشت. (in Persian)
Ruth L. Born
Zemřela doc. Eva Broklová, DrSc. (in Czech)
Morto Alessandro Criscuolo, ex presidente della Corte Costituzionale: aveva 82 anni (in Italian)
소설가 현길언 전 한양대 교수 별세...향년 80세 (in Korean)
Asesinan en Michoacán, México, al diputado local Erick Juárez Blanquet (in Spanish)
Mūžībā devies ilggadējais Latvijas hokeja izlases ārsts Jānis Kvēps (in Latvian)
Robert Woodrow Langbaum
AIK Fotboll sörjer Kurt Liander (in Swedish)
Tchad : Bintou Malloum est décédée (in French)
Nijmeegse ‘pionier van hoogbegaafdheid’ Franz Mönks overleden (in Dutch)
El saxofonista argentino Marcelo Peralta murió por coronavirus en Madrid (in Spanish)
Odlazak Kraljice Sevdaha Preminula pevačica Beba Selimović (in Serbian)
Legendary Bay Area Television Personality And Musician Mal Sharpe Dies At Age 83
Bekende Pinksterzendeling Pasterkamp (75) overleden (in Dutch)
Vale Sanford Wheeler
وفاة عبد الرزاق اليحيى وزير الداخلية الفلسطينية الأسبق (in Arabic)
Brisbane Archdiocese’s former shepherd Archbishop John Bathersby has died aged 83
Allen Belman, Marvel/Timely Artist, Has Passed Away at 96
7th Heaven Child Star Lorenzo Brino Dies at 21 Following Car Collision
Anton Coppola, Opera Tampa’s founding ‘Maestro,’ dies at 102
Coronavirus a Treviso, morto Italo De Zan: l'ex campione di ciclismo amico di Coppi e Bartali (in Italian)
Msambweni MP Suleiman Dori passes on
Boxing promoter and bookmaker Barney Eastwood dies
Daniel Greenberg, science journalism pioneer who shaped Science’s News section, dies at 88
Richard K. Guy (1916–2020)
Gary B. Kibbe, Cinematographer for John Carpenter, Dies at 79
Muere a los 89 años el escritor abulense José Jiménez Lozano, Premio Cervantes y Nacional de las Letras (in Spanish)
이차수 전 대구 북구의장 코로나19 사망 소식에 보건당국 비상 (in Korean)
Adieu Alain Marcel (in French)
Khitish Chandra no more
Keith Olsen, Producer of Fleetwood Mac, Pat Benatar, Dies
John Parker, N.W.T. commissioner who quietly shed power, dies at 91
Former Iranian MP dies of coronavirus
Trauer um Prof. Dr. Dietmar Rothermund (in German)
Former SANFL star John Schneebichler passes away after lengthy cancer battle
Houston loses quintessential folk songwriter, Eric Taylor
Herxense schrijver Johan van Dorsten (93) overleden (in Dutch)
Former contender DeAndrey Abron passes
Hans Raj Bhardwaj, former law minister and senior Congress leader, passes away at 83
UK Pro Wrestling Veteran Wayne Bridges Passes Away
Obituary for Ms. Molly Brodak
Announcing the passing of Ernest Dr Davies
In memoriam: Martin Davorin Jagodić
Star performer Eremein dies aged 18
Jan-Henrik Fredriksen er død (in Norwegian)
Décès de Coco Hotahota (in French)
1972 Olympic hero Salleh Ibrahim dies
Grandson of the Founder of Judo passed away
JMU Mourns the Passing of Hall of Fame Football Coach Challace McMillin
Chavara MLA N Vijayan Pillai passes away
Muere Luis Racionero, el introductor de la contracultura en España que acabó siendo liberal (in Spanish)
David Rogers, NASCAR Racing Legend, Dead at 64
Max Von Sydow: Actor dies aged 90
미국인 웃겼던 코미디언 자니윤 별세…이제 무대는 천국으로 (in Korean)
DMK general secretary Anbazhagan no more
The Boys in the Band Playwright Mart Crowley Dies at 84
William Benner Enright July 12, 1925 - March 07, 2020
Former San Jose Mayor Susan Hammer, champion of diversity and arts, dies at 81
Conway Holmes Hayman
Two Iranian religious figures latest to die of coronavirus in Iran
Nelson Leirner, Brazilian Artist Known for Incisive Critiques of the Art World, Has Died at 88
Lieutenant Commander John Manners, naval officer who sank a U-boat and played cricket for Hampshire – obituary (registration required)
Morre Jair Marinho, ídolo do Fluminense e campeão mundial pelo Brasil em 1962 (in Portuguese)
Adamou Ndam Njoya dies at 77
Branson Star Jim Owen Dead at 78
Thai Judge Who Accused Superiors of Meddling in Verdicts Commits Suicide
Earl Pomerantz Dies: ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ Writer, ‘Major Dad’ Producer Was 75
Iranian lawmakers passes away from coronavirus
Dave Rainford dead: Eggheads star dies as host Jeremy Vine leads tributes
Renowned Nova Scotia singer-songwriter Laura Smith dies after battle with cancer
Matthew J Watkins: Ex-Wales centre dies at the age of 41
استاد هوشنگ ظریف درگذشت (in Persian)
Comedian Amanullah passed away
R.I.P. Charlie Baty
Författaren Anne-Marie Berglund död (in Swedish)
Ukrainian GM Stanislav Bogdanovich and his girlfriend found dead in Moscow: Report
Former St. Louis-area congressman dies
A los 99 años y un día después del deceso de su esposo muere actriz Bélgica Castro (in Spanish)
Norm Fieldgate, an original Lion from '54 team, passes away at 88
Longtime sportscaster Ed Ingles dies at age 87
Fallece Magdaleno Mercado, leyenda rojinegra (in Spanish)
HK Macanese community leader Oliveira Sales dies, aged 100
David Paul – One of the ‘Barbarian Brothers’ passes away
Ed Renwick, scholar and interpreter of Louisiana politics, dies at 81
Canadiens legend Henri Richard passes away at age 84
Central public servant, Clifton ‘Clif’ Russell Richardson, dies from heart attack
Fallece la soprano estadounidense Elinor Ross a los 93 años de edad (in Spanish)
Archbishop Peter Smith has died
Danny Tidwell's Death Mourned by So You Think You Can Dance Stars and Other Celebs
Longtime SC political figure and progressive activist, Tom Turnipseed, dies
McCoy Tyner Dead: Legendary Jazz Pianist Dies at 81
Elhunyt az Európa-bajnoki ezüstérmes evezős (in Hungarian)
Lord Wright of Richmond obituary
Former Assemblymember Katcho Achadjian Dies at 68
Барилович Евгений Алексеевич (in Russian)
Oud-burgemeester Hans Bauer van Reeuwijk overleden (in Dutch)
Sierra Leone’s former Vice President Solomon Berewa has died
Addio Caprile, ex Juve e Nazionale. Quel famoso viaggio in nave... (in Italian)
André Chéret, le père de « Rahan », est mort (in French)
Troy Collings, Managing Director of North Korea travel company YPT, dies at 33
Former Green Party co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons has died
Legendary Chef Gray Kunz Has Died
Luto por el fallecimiento de Wanderley (in Portuguese)
Marnie the Dog, RIP
Valokuvataiteilija Susanna Majuri on kuollut (in Finnish)
Brookhaven’s ‘Mississippi Red’ has died, age 93
Ушел из жизни баскетболист Леван Мосешвили (in Russian)
Ci ha lasciato l’Antonio Nardini (in Italian)
Rip Oliver Passes Away At The Age Of 67
Donald S. Pavletich
L’Acb piange Antonio Permunian (in Italian)
Renowned Journalist Potturi Venkateswara Rao no more
Le romancier, scénariste et dramaturge Jean-Luc Seigle est mort (in French)
دیپلمات سابق ایران بر اثر ابتلا به کرونا درگذشت؛ ل فاطمه رهبر «وخیم» اعلام شد (in Persian)
Fallece a el dramaturgo chileno Alejandro Sieveking a los 85 años (in Spanish)
Tech star Taylor dies at 60
Longtime area federal judge Michael Telesca has died
Vesti: Sudbine: Umrla Ranka Velimirović: Veliki gubitak za Srbiju (in Serbian)
Egypt executes top militant extradited from Libya
Morre cantora Adelaide Chiozzo, que deu voz a 'Beijinho doce (in Portuguese)
Décès de l’ex-député Serge Deslières (in French)
Eskandar Firouz, Founder of Iran’s Department of Environment, Dies at 93
Greek-Βorn Poet and Teacher Stratis Haviaras Passes away aged 85
Former congressman, Corning Inc. chairman Amo Houghton dies
“We have lost a great champion for the gospel”
Mort de Jacques Leibowitch, flamboyant chercheur sur le sida (in French)
Former Nelson and Tasman Mayor Kerry Marshall has died
The Supremes singer Barbara Martin dies at 76
Úna O'Connor, winner of 10 All-Irelands in a row, passes away
Former Liberal MP Jean Payne Passes Away
Former UN chief Javier Pérez de Cuéllar dies aged 100
Советский олимпийский чемпион Шавлакадзе умер в Тбилиси (in Russian)
Адмирал флота Алексей Сорокин умер на 97-м году жизни (in Russian)
Rosalind P. Walter, the First 'Rosie the Riveter,' Has Died
Vale Bill Young: The slender superstar
Umro je Poznati Hrvatski Glumac Božidar Alić Preminuo je nakon teške bolesti (in Croatian)
Former CNN Anchor Bobbie Battista dead at 67
Former Timmins MP Rég Bélair dies
Décès du sénateur PS de Lozère et ancien maire de Mende Alain Bertrand (in French)
Japanese Playwright Betsuyaku Dies at 82
Soap Vet Roscoe Born Passes Away
Leslie Emanuel Cauchi
World's first cloned cat passes away
Visesangeren Alf Cranner er død 83 år gammel (in Norwegian)
Michel Cullin (in German)
Politiker und Publizist Freimut Duve gestorben (in German)
Restorer of Pirita Convent Mother Tekla dies
L'ancien maire de Béziers Georges Fontès est mort, il avait 96 ans (in French)
Wendell Goler Dead: Former Fox News Reporter Dies at 70
Nie żyje Stanisław Kania, były przywódca Polskiej Zjednoczonej Partii Robotniczej (in Polish)
Foremost Buddhist religious leader Suddhananda passes away
Günther Müller (in German)
James Patrick Otis
Meghalt Petrenkó János volt parlamenti képviselő (in Hungarian)
Nicolas Portal dies of heart attack at 40
Charles J. Urstadt, real estate executive and former NY housing commissioner, dies at 91
Generation 1 Cartoon Writer David Wise has Passed Away
Elizabeth Nicholson Nelson Adams (1941 - 2020)
Group 1 hero Bahamian Bounty dies aged 26 at the National Stud
Berliner Abschweifungen (in German)
Fallece Rafael Cancel Miranda, ex preso político y el último sobreviviente del ataque al Congreso en 1954 (in Spanish)
Henry N. Cobb dies at 93
Les anciens de Gagnon en deuil du maire René Coicou (in French)
Früherer Bischof Viktor Josef Dammertz ist tot (in German)
Trail-blazing former Justice Charles Freeman dead at 86: ‘The Illinois courts lost a giant’
William Johnson, defender of minority language rights, dies at 88
Πέθανε ο πρώην βουλευτής της ΝΔ Γιάννης Κατσαφάδος (in Greek)
James Lipton, Creator and Host of 'Inside the Actors Studio,' Dies at 93
Death of former Councillor, Senator and MEP, Farrell McElgunn
Expediency Council member Mohammad Mirmohammadi dies
Barbara Neely, creator of black female sleuth series, dies
Советский генерал скончался после наезда на него иномарки в Москве (in Russian)
UP: BJP MLA Virendra Sirohi passes away
Tim Skelly Dies: Iconic Video Game Designer Passes Away at 69
Hon Rev. R. Laird Stirling
Ulay è morto (in Italian)
DDR-Schlagerstar und Schauspieler: Peter Wieland mit 89 Jahren gestorben (in German)
Susan Weinert ist tot (in German)
Kara Murat'ın çizgi romancısısı Abdullah Turhan ve Karaoğlan'ın çizeri Suat Yalaz hayatını kaybetti! Suat Yalaz kimdir? (in Turkish)
Meghalt Balsai István alkotmánybíró (in Hungarian)
Ohio State announces passing of leukemia scientist Clara Bloomfield
Das Institut trauert um Carsten Bresch (in German)
Lawyer, author and founder of program for wrongfully convicted dies at 52
Ernesto Cardenal, Nicaraguan poet and priest, dies at 95
Decorated Retired Coast Guard Vice Admiral Dies
Laminette-stolens far er død (in Norwegian)
Jacques Lesourne, ancien directeur du « Monde », est mort (in French)
Stefan Lindqvist är död – endast 52 år gammal (in Swedish)
Honourable William Malcolm MacEachern
Timothy Joseph Moynihan Jr.
World's Strongest Paralympian Siamand Rahman Dies at 31
Zemřel Greenhorn a karikaturista Jan Vyčítal, bylo mu 77 let (in Czech)
Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of GE, dies at 84
|← February||March||April →|
The following is a list of notable deaths in March 2020.
Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:
- Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent country of citizenship (if applicable), reason for notability, cause of death (if known), and reference.
- Pierre Bénichou, 82, Algerian-born French journalist.
- Rafael Berrio, 56, Spanish composer and singer.
- Michel Chodkiewicz, 90, French author.
- Viktor Dashkevich, 75, Belarusian stage actor, COVID-19.
- Pape Diouf, 68, Senegalese journalist and football administrator, president of Olympique de Marseille (2005–2009), COVID-19.
- Szabolcs Fazakas, 72, Hungarian politician, MEP (2004–2009).
- Aleksei Frolikov, 63, Russian ice hockey player.
- Rafael Gómez Nieto, 99, Spanish resistance fighter (La Nueve), COVID-19.
- Bob Hasan, 89, Indonesian businessman and politician, lung cancer.
- Andrew Jack, 76, British dialect coach (The Lord of the Rings, Sherlock Holmes) and actor (Star Wars), COVID-19.
- Abdul Halim Khaddam, 87, Syrian politician, Vice President (1984–2005), Acting President (2000) and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1970–1984), heart attack.
- Eva Krížiková, 85, Slovak actress (In the Coat of Lioness' Arms).
- Hedgemon Lewis, 74, American boxer.
- Reimar Lüst, 97, German astrophysicist, director of the Max Planck Society (1972–1984), director-general of the European Space Agency (1984–1990).
- Ivo Mahlknecht, 80, Italian Olympic alpine skier (1964, 1968).
- Vincent Marzello, 68, American actor (The Witches, Never Say Never Again, Bob the Builder).
- Paul Natali, 86, French politician.
- Raphael S. Ndingi Mwana a'Nzeki, 88, Kenyan Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Nairobi (1997–2007).
- Tomas Oneborg, 62, Swedish photographer, COVID-19.
- Zoltán Peskó, 83, Hungarian conductor and composer.
- Gita Ramjee, 63, Ugandan-South African HIV prevention researcher, COVID-19.
- Wallace Roney, 59, American jazz trumpeter, COVID-19.
- Kiyoshi Sasabe, 62, Japanese film director (Chirusoku no natsu, Half a Confession, Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms).
- Jack Schofield, 72, British technology journalist (The Guardian), heart attack.
- Fedir Shpyh, 64, Ukrainian politician and businessman, member of Verkhovna Rada (1998–2007), traffic collision.
- Daniel Yuste, 75, Spanish Olympic racing cyclist (1968), COVID-19.
- Leonid Zorin, 95, Russian playwright, cardiac arrest.
- Amankhan Alimuly, 68, Kazakh poet.
- Luis Arce Gómez, 82, Bolivian military officer, Minister of Interior (1980–1981), heart failure.
- Joe Ashton, 86, British politician, MP (1968–2001).
- Maurice Bidermann, 87, French industrialist.
- Lorena Borjas, 59, Mexican-American transgender rights activist, COVID-19.
- Henry Brabham, 90, American ice hockey executive, co-founder of the ECHL.
- Arianne Caoili, 33, Filipino-Australian chess player, traffic collision.
- Jean-Claude Chamboredon, 81, French sociologist.
- Tomie dePaola, 85, American writer, illustrator (Strega Nona, 26 Fairmount Avenue), and television personality (Telling Stories with Tomie dePaola), complications from a fall.
- Louise Ebrel, 87, French singer (Les Ramoneurs de menhirs).
- Dr. Evermor, 81, American sculptor and metal artist (Forevertron, House on the Rock).[better source needed]
- Alex Forsyth, 91, Scottish footballer (Albion Rovers, Darlington, East Stirlingshire).
- Manolis Glezos, 97, Greek resistance activist and politician, MEP (1984–1985, 2014–2015), heart failure.
- James T. Goodrich, 73, American neurosurgeon, COVID-19.
- John Haselden, 76, English football player (Rotherham United, Doncaster Rovers) and manager (Huddersfield Town), complications of dementia.
- Hau Pei-tsun, 100, Taiwanese military officer and politician, Chief of the General Staff (1981–1989) and Premier (1990–1993), multiple organ failure.
- David Hodgkiss, 71, British cricket chairman (Lancashire), COVID-19.
- Abdul Qadir Junejo, 74, Pakistani novelist and playwright.
- Viktor Karpov, 93, Russian footballer.
- Milutin Knežević, 71, Serbian Orthodox prelate, Bishop of Australia and New Zealand (2003–2006) and Valjevo (since 2006), COVID-19.
- Ted Knight, 86, English politician.
- Frank Maloney, 79, American football player (Michigan Wolverines) and coach (Syracuse Orange), brain cancer.
- Kwasi Owusu, 72, Ghanaian Olympic footballer (1972).
- Tim Petros, 58, Canadian football player (Calgary Stampeders), heart attack.
- Riachão, 98, Brazilian samba composer and singer.
- Ángel Sánchez Mendoza, 57, Ecuadorian social communicator, COVID-19.
- Martin Tudor, 43, Romanian football player (Olimpia Satu Mare, FCSB, CFR Cluj) and manager, heart attack.
- Dirk Van Duppen, 63, Belgian doctor and politician, pancreatic cancer.
- Manuel Adolfo Varas, 76, Ecuadorian broadcaster, sports journalist and lawyer, COVID-19.
- Joachim Yhombi-Opango, 81, Congolese politician, President (1977–1979) and Prime Minister (1993–1996), COVID-19.
- Opoku Afriyie, 75, Ghanaian footballer (Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak, national team).
- Philip W. Anderson, 96, American physicist (Anderson localization, Anderson Hamiltonian, Anderson orthogonality theorem), Nobel Prize laureate (1977).
- Peter Beaumont, 85, British racehorse trainer (Jodami).
- Attilio Bignasca, 76, Swiss politician, National Councillor (2003–2009).
- Yuri Bondarev, 96, Russian writer and screenwriter (Liberation).
- Peg Broadbent, 56, English-American businessman, CFO of Jefferies Group (since 2007), COVID-19.
- José Luis Capón, 72, Spanish footballer (Atlético Madrid, Elche, national team), COVID-19.
- Jean-François Cesarini, 49, French politician, Deputy (since 2017), cancer.
- Patrick Devedjian, 75, French politician, mayor of Antony (1983–2002), president of the General Council of Hauts-de-Seine (since 2007), COVID-19.
- Joe Diffie, 61, American country singer-songwriter ("Home", "Third Rock from the Sun", "Pickup Man"), COVID-19.
- Robert H. Garff, 77, American automotive dealer and politician, Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives (1985–1987), COVID-19.
- Jim Lambright, 77, American football coach (Washington Huskies).
- Maria Mercader, 54, American news producer (CBS, 60 Minutes, CBS Sunday Morning), COVID-19.
- Alan Merrill, 69, American musician (Arrows) and songwriter ("I Love Rock 'n' Roll"), COVID-19.
- Paravai Muniyamma, 82, Indian folk singer and actress (Dhool, Kovil, Savaale Samaali).
- Joseph A. O'Hare, 89, American Jesuit priest.
- Valeer Peirsman, 86, Belgian sculptor.
- Krzysztof Penderecki, 86, Polish composer (Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima, Anaklasis, Utrenja) and conductor.
- James Ramsden, 96, British politician, MP (1954–1974), Secretary of State for War (1963–1964) and Minister for the Armed Forces (1964).
- Francis Rapp, 93, French historian, COVID-19.
- Isaac Robinson, 44, American politician, member of the Michigan House of Representatives (since 2019), COVID-19.
- Angelo Rottoli, 61, Italian professional boxer, COVID-19.
- Jean-Louis Roy, 81–82, Swiss film director (Black Out).
- Ken Shimura, 70, Japanese comedian, COVID-19.
- Chandan Singh, 94, Indian military officer.
- Henri Tincq, 74, French journalist, COVID-19.
- Wang Wen-hsieh, 87, Taiwanese general and public official, traffic collision.
- Kerstin Behrendtz, 69, Swedish radio presenter, COVID-19.
- Nicolás Brizuela, 70, Argentine musician.
- John Callahan, 66, American actor (All My Children, Falcon Crest, Days of Our Lives), stroke.
- Tom Coburn, 72, American politician, member of the U.S. Senate (2005–2015) and House of Representatives (1995–2001), prostate cancer.
- Conor Connelly, 44, Irish Gaelic footballer (St. Jude, Roscommon).
- Matthew Faber, 47, American actor (Welcome to the Dollhouse, The Pallbearer, Natural Born Killers).
- Chato Galante, 71, Spanish pro-democracy activist and political prisoner, COVID-19.
- Jean-Claude Ganga, 86, Congolese sports administrator (International Olympic Committee).
- Rodolfo González Rissotto, 70, Uruguayan historian and politician, Minister of National Defence (1995), COVID-19.
- Grim Sleeper, 67, American serial killer.
- William B. Helmreich, 74, American sociologist and writer, COVID-19.
- Jan Howard, 91, American country singer and songwriter ("The One You Slip Around With", "For Loving You", "Evil on Your Mind").
- Pearson Jordan, 69, Barbadian Olympic sprinter (1976), COVID-19.
- Azam Khan, 95, Pakistani-British squash player, COVID-19.
- Lou 'L. A.' Kouvaris, 66, Greek-born American guitarist (Riot), COVID-19.
- Dan McCauley, 84, British football chairman (Plymouth Argyle).
- Sergei Rainchik, 48, Belarusian keyboardist and sound engineer (Verasy).
- Thomas Schäfer, 54, German politician, Minister of Finance in Hesse (since 2010), suicide by train.
- David Schramm, 73, American actor (Wings, Johnny Handsome, Kennedy).
- Goldie Sellers, 78, American football player (Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs), cancer.
- Hertha Töpper, 95, Austrian contralto.
- Edoardo Vesentini, 91, Italian mathematician (Andreotti-Vesentini theorem) and politician, Director of the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (1978–1987) and Senator (1987–1992).
- Salvador Vives (actor), 78, Spanish actor, COVID-19.
- William Wolf, American author and theater critic, COVID-19.
- Roberto Alemann, 97, Argentine politician, Minister of Economy (1961–1962, 1981–1982).
- Elvia Andreoli, 69, Argentine actress (Aquellos años locos, Atrapadas, Asesinato a distancia).
- Bob Andy, 75, Jamaican reggae singer (The Paragons, Bob and Marcia), songwriter and actor (The Mighty Quinn).
- Daniel Azulay, 72, Brazilian comic book artist and cartoonist, COVID-19.
- Brian Blume, 70, American game designer, co-founder of TSR, Inc., Lewy body dementia and Parkinson's disease.
- Robert Campbell, 82, American politician, member of the California State Assembly (1980–1996), cancer.
- Willy Diméglio, 85, French politician.
- Mirna Doris, 79, Italian singer, cancer.
- Jesús Gayoso Rey, 48, Spanish Civil Guard lieutenant colonel, head of Rapid Action Group (since 2014) and chief of Haro lockdown, COVID-19.
- Daniel Gevargiz, 79, Iranian Olympic weightlifter (1968).
- Harriet Glickman, 93, American schoolteacher, inspired first black character in Peanuts.
- Kalil Haché, 87, Dominican military colonel and cavalry commander, COVID-19.
- Les Hunter, 77, American basketball player (Baltimore Bullets, Miami Floridians, Loyola Ramblers), National Champion (1963), cancer.
- Hamed Karoui, 92, Tunisian politician, Prime Minister (1989–1999) and Minister of Justice (1988–1989).
- Joseph Lowery, 98, American minister and activist, President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (1977–1997).
- Vladimir Lyubomudrov, 80, Russian film director (Catch the Wind), stuntman and actor.
- Ruben Melogno, 74, Uruguayan vocalist and cartoonist, COVID-19.
- Thandika Mkandawire, 79, Malawian-Swedish economist.
- Orlando McDaniel, 59, American football player (Denver Broncos), COVID-19.
- Michael McKinnell, 84, American architect, co-founder of Kallmann McKinnell & Wood, COVID-19.
- Frank Myler, 81, English rugby league player (Widnes Vikings, St Helens, national team).
- Lanny D. Schmidt, 81, American chemist.
- Klarina Shadyko, 81, Russian stage actress, People's Artist of the RSFSR.
- George Sidhom, 81, Egyptian comedian and actor.
- Imam Suroso, 56, Indonesian politician, member of the House of Representatives.
- Beni Prasad Verma, 79, Indian politician, Minister of Steel (2011–2014) and MP (1996–2014, since 2016).
- Delroy Washington, 67, British-Jamaican reggae singer.
- Roger Baens, 86, Belgian racing cyclist.
- Joe Baltake, 74, American film critic (Sacramento Bee, The Philadelphia Inquirer), multiple myeloma.
- Jean-Louis Bernard, 81, French politician, MP (1993–2012) and Mayor of Orléans (1988–1989).
- MaryAnn Black, 76, American politician, member of the North Carolina House of Representatives (since 2017).
- Princess María Teresa of Bourbon-Parma, 86, Spanish royal, COVID-19.
- Jenny Clack, 72, English palaeontologist.
- Menggie Cobarrubias, 68, Filipino actor, COVID-19.
- Balázs Csákabonyi, 83, Hungarian politician and lawyer, MP (1994–2010).
- Constantin Drăgănescu, 83, Romanian actor (Dark Angel: The Ascent, Everyday God Kisses Us On The Mouth, The Japanese Dog).
- Martinho Lutero Galati, 66, Brazilian conductor, COVID-19.
- Satish Gujral, 94, Indian painter and sculptor.
- Michel Hidalgo, 87, French football player (Monaco, Reims) and manager (national team).
- Olle Holmquist, 83, Swedish trombonist (James Last Orchestra), COVID-19.
- Rolf Huisgen, 99, German chemist, developer of 1,3-Dipolar cycloaddition.
- John Hyde, 89, Australian footballer (Geelong), cancer.
- Oscar Ichazo, 88, Bolivian-born spiritual teacher, founder of the Arica School.
- Bill Martin, 81, Scottish songwriter ("Puppet on a String", "Congratulations", "Back Home") and music publisher.
- Rade Mihaljčić, 83, Serbian historian and academic.
- Naomi Munakata, 64, Japanese-Brazilian conductor, COVID-19.
- Curly Neal, 77, American basketball player (Harlem Globetrotters).
- John O'Leary, 70, Irish golfer and executive (PGA European Tour), winner of Irish Open (1982).
- Luigi Roni, 78, Italian opera singer, COVID-19.
- Georges Rostan, French actor (La Cuisine au Beurre, L'Âge ingrat).
- John Sears, 79, American political strategist, heart attack.
- V. Sethuraman, Indian actor (Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya, Vaaliba Raja, 50/50), cardiac arrest.
- Fred Smith, 77, English footballer (Burnley, Portsmouth, Halifax Town).
- Michael Sorkin, 71, American architect, COVID-19.
- Michael J. Tyler, Australian herpetologist.
- Manuel del Valle Arévalo, 80, Spanish lawyer and politician, Mayor of Seville (1983–1991), leukaemia.
- Hamish Wilson, 77, Scottish actor (Doctor Who) and radio producer (Radio Forth, Radio Clyde), COVID-19.
- Jimmy Wynn, 78, American baseball player (Houston Astros, Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves).
- Harry Aarts, 90, Dutch politician, MP (1973–1993), COVID-19.
- María Araujo, 68–69, Spanish costume designer, COVID-19.
- Edman Ayvazyan, 87–88, Iranian-Armenian painter.
- Kees Bakker, 76, Dutch association football chairman (SBV Vitesse), COVID-19.
- Danilo Barozzi, 92, Italian racing cyclist, complications from a broken femur.
- William Bartholomay, 91, American insurance executive, owner of the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves.
- Jennifer Bate, 75, British concert organist, cancer.
- Mark Blum, 69, American actor (Crocodile Dundee, Mozart in the Jungle, Desperately Seeking Susan), COVID-19.
- Floyd Cardoz, 59, Indian-American chef (Top Chef Masters), COVID-19.
- Hugh Conaghan, 93, Irish politician, TD (1977–1989).
- Ousmane Conté, Guinean politician.
- John DeBrito, 51, American soccer player.
- Aric del Rosario, 80, Filipino basketball coach (UST Growling Tigers, Pampanga Dragons, Perpetual Altas), cardiac arrest.
- Steve Dille, 75, American politician.
- Jean-Jacques Fernier, 88, French architect and historian.
- Dario Gabbai, 97, Greek-American Holocaust survivor, Auschwitz Sonderkommando (1944).
- Nemai Ghosh, 85, Indian photographer (Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne, Agantuk).
- Paul Goma, 84, Romanian writer, COVID-19.
- Jamal Aldin Omar Ibrahim, 60, Sudanese politician, Minister of Defence (since 2019), heart attack.
- Peter Kemper, 77, Dutch footballer (PSV, national team).
- Henk Kronenberg, 85, Dutch Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Bougainville (1999–2009).
- Donatien Laurent, 84, French musicologist and linguist.
- Robert Levinson, American intelligence officer, missing since 2007. (declared legally deceased on this date)
- Liesbeth List, 78, Dutch singer, actress and television personality.
- T. M. Lotha, 68, Indian politician, MLA (1989–2008, since 2013).
- Joseph Ma Zhongmu, 100, Chinese Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Ningxia (1983–2005), pulmonary edema.
- Inna Makarova, 93, Russian actress (The Young Guard, The Return of Vasili Bortnikov, The Rumyantsev Case).
- Richard Marek, 86, American editor, esophageal cancer.
- Detto Mariano, 82, Italian musician (I Ribelli) and composer, COVID-19.
- Francis J. McManimon, 93, American politician, member of the New Jersey General Assembly (1972–1982) and Senate (1982–1992).
- Landon Montgomery, American video game producer and executive (Nvidia, Bethesda Softworks), co-founder of Gearbox Software.
- Angelo Moreschi, 67, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Apostolic Vicar of Gambella (since 2009), COVID-19.
- Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa, 98, South African traditional healer and conspiracy theorist.
- Nimmi, 87, Indian actress (Aan, Mere Mehboob, Pooja Ke Phool).
- Richard Reeves, 83, American writer, cardiac arrest.
- Mike Stratton, 78, American football player (Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers), complications from a fall.
- Farzaneh Taidi, 74, Iranian actress (Not Without My Daughter).
- Terry Tausch, 61, American football player (Minnesota Vikings, San Francisco 49ers).
- Jean-Yves Veillard, 81, French historian.
- Lorenzo Acquarone, 89, Italian lawyer and politician, MP (1987–2006), COVID-19.
- Nihat Akbay, 75, Turkish footballer (Galatasaray).
- Ivan Bokyi, 78, Ukrainian politician, member of the Verkhovna Rada (1998–2007).
- John Campbell-Jones, 90, British Formula One driver.
- Romi Cohn, 92, Czechoslovak-born American rabbi, real estate developer and Holocaust survivor, COVID-19.
- Giuseppe Covre, 69, Italian businessman, writer and politician, Deputy (1996–2001), complications from a fall.
- John Davies, 90, Australian-born American swimmer and judge, Olympic champion (1952), member of the U.S. District Court for Central California (1986–1998), cancer.
- Manu Dibango, 86, Cameroonian saxophonist ("Soul Makossa"), COVID-19.
- Steven Dick, 37, Scottish diplomat, Deputy British Ambassador to Hungary (since 2019), COVID-19.
- William Dufris, 62, American voice actor (Bob the Builder), cancer.
- John Eriksson, 91, Swedish footballer (Djurgården, national team).
- Mohamed Farah, 59, Somali footballer (national team), COVID-19.
- Alan Finder, 72, American journalist (The New York Times), COVID-19.
- Alfred Gomolka, 77, German politician, MEP (1994–2009).
- Stuart Gordon, 72, American film director (Re-Animator, From Beyond, Dagon).
- E. Harikumar, 76, Indian novelist.
- Jack Jones, 95, Australian footballer (Essendon), cancer.
- Loring Mandel, 91, American playwright and screenwriter, cancer.
- Terrence McNally, 81, American playwright (Ragtime, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Love! Valour! Compassion!) and screenwriter, Tony winner (1993, 1995, 1996), COVID-19.
- Tom McNeil, 90, Australian footballer (St Kilda) and MLC (1977–1989).
- Anatoliy Mokrenko, 87, Ukrainian opera singer.
- John F. Murray, 93, American pulmonologist, acute respiratory distress syndrome/COVID-19.
- Kari Onstad, 79, Norwegian actress, stroke.
- Juan Padrón, 73, Cuban comics artist (Elpidio Valdés) and animator (Vampires in Havana), lung disease.
- Jenny Polanco, 62, Dominican fashion designer, COVID-19.
- Bill Rieflin, 59, American rock drummer (Ministry, Revolting Cocks, King Crimson), cancer.
- Rodrigo Rochet, 46, Chilean actor (El precio de tu amor) and entrepreneur, helicopter crash.
- Ilya Rubinstein, 57, Russian scriptwriter, actor (Daddy) and film director.
- Tony Rutter, 78, British motorcycle racer, Formula TT world champion (1981–1984).
- Odile Schmitt, 59, French actress (Light Years Away, Film Socialisme, Hollywoo).
- Bernard Schreiner, 82, French politician, Deputy (1988–2007).
- Gerard Schurmann, 96, Dutch-British composer and conductor (The Bedford Incident, Attack on the Iron Coast, Claretta).
- Edward Tarr, 83, American trumpeter, Grammy Award winner, complications from heart surgery.
- Ignacio Trelles, 103, Mexican football player (Necaxa) and manager (Toluca, national team), heart attack.
- Albert Uderzo, 92, French comic book artist (Asterix, Oumpah-pah), heart attack.
- Hans van Delft, 73, Dutch businessman and sports director, Chairman of NEC Nijmegen.
- Joe Amoruso, 60, Italian pianist, complications from cerebral hemorrage.
- Alberto Arbasino, 90, Italian novelist, essayist and politician, Deputy (1983–1987).
- Maurice Berger, 63, American cultural historian, curator, and art critic, COVID-19.
- Lucia Bosè, 89, Italian actress (No Peace Under the Olive Tree, Story of a Love Affair, Rome 11:00), Miss Italia (1947), COVID-19.
- Bill Braum, 92, American restaurateur, founder of Braum's.
- Carlo Casini, 85, Italian politician, Deputy (1979–1994) and MEP (1984–1999, 2006–2014), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- Branko Cikatić, 65, Croatian heavyweight kickboxer, K-1 World Grand Prix champion (1993).
- David Collings, 79, British actor (Scrooge, The Thirty Nine Steps, The Invisible Woman).
- Alfio Contini, 92, Italian cinematographer (Zabriskie Point, The Night Porter, Ripley's Game).
- Maurice Delbez, 97, French film director (Dans l'eau qui fait des bulles).
- Borja Domecq Solís, 75, Spanish businessman and fighting bull cattle rancher, COVID-19.
- José Folgado, 75, Spanish businessman and politician, president of Red Eléctrica de España (2012–2018), Deputy (2000, 2004–2008) and mayor of Tres Cantos (2007–2012), COVID-19.
- Apple Gabriel, 67–68, Jamaican reggae singer (Israel Vibration).
- José García González, 81–82, Spanish psychiatrist and neurologist.
- Antonio García-Moreno, 87, Spanish priest, lawyer and theologian, COVID-19.
- Tristan Garel-Jones, 79, British politician, MP (1979–1997), Minister for Europe (1990–1993) and Treasurer of the Household (1989–1990).
- Nora Illi, 35, Swiss Muslim activist and preacher, breast cancer.
- Paul Karslake, 61, British painter, COVID-19.
- Paul Kasmin, 60, American art gallerist, cancer.
- Burhanuddin Khan Jahangir, 84, Bangladeshi academic and writer.
- Robert Klapisch, 87, French physicist.
- Robert E. Lavender, 93, American judge.
- Pyotr Lysenko, 88, Belarusian archaeologist.
- Zororo Makamba, 30, Zimbabwean television journalist, COVID-19.
- Ron Marciniak, 85, American football player (Washington Redskins), coach (Dayton Flyers) and scout.
- Niko Nitai, 88, Israeli actor and theatre director.
- Purwaniatun, 67, Indonesian actress.
- Usama Riaz, 26, Pakistani physician, COVID-19.
- Tony Ribaudo, 78, American politician, member of the Missouri House of Representatives (1977–1997), lung cancer.
- Walter Robb, 91, American engineer and R&D executive (General Electric), owner of Albany River Rats (1998–2010), COVID-19.
- Lucien Sève, 93, French philosopher and political activist (French Communist Party), COVID-19.
- JR Shaw, 85, Canadian telecommunications (Shaw Communications) and mass media executive (Corus Entertainment).
- Stanley Sporkin, 88, American jurist, Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia (1985–1999), heart failure.
- William Stern, 84, Hungarian-born British businessman, COVID-19. (death announced on this date)
- Giles Walker, 74, Scottish-born Canadian film director.
- Tres Warren, 41, American singer and guitarist (Psychic Ills).
- Nashom Wooden, 50, American drag performer (The Ones, Flawless, Swoon), COVID-19.
- Giovanni Blandino, 83, Italian sculptor and painter, COVID-19.
- Petru Bogatu, 68, Moldovan journalist and writer, cancer.
- Germà Colón, 91, Spanish philologist, COVID-19.
- Gabi Delgado-López, 61, Spanish-born German musician (Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft).
- Julie Felix, 81, American-British folk singer.
- Ciprian Foias, 86, Romanian mathematician.
- Ifeanyi George, 26, Nigerian footballer (Enyimba, national team), traffic collision.
- Pino Grimaldi, 71, Italian designer, COVID-19.
- Jack Henn, 79, American volleyball player and coach (San Diego State Aztecs), National Champion (1973), cancer.
- Máximo Hernández, 74, Spanish football player (Rayo Vallecano, Sporting de Gijón) and manager (Getafe Deportivo).
- Benito Joanet, 84, Spanish football player (RCD Espanyol, Real Zaragoza) and coach (RCD Espanyol, RCD Mallorca), COVID-19.
- Serena Liu, 44, Taiwanese dancer and actress (How Much Sorrow Do You Have, The Rise of the Tang Empire), complications from heart surgery.
- José María Loizaga Viguri, 83, Spanish businessman, vice-president of ACS Group, COVID-19.
- Mike Longo, 83, American jazz pianist, COVID-19.
- Carmen de Mairena, 87, Spanish actress, cuplé singer and television personality.
- Pasquale Russo Maresca, 51, Italian painter.
- Vintilă Mihăilescu, 68, Romanian anthropologist, leukemia.
- James Martin Munley, 83, American jurist, Judge for the U.S. District Court for Middle Pennsylvania (since 1998).
- Vasile Ouatu, 70, Romanian politician and businessperson, COVID-19.
- Daniel Edward Pilarczyk, 85, American Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Cincinnati (1982–2009), president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (1989–1992).
- Behrouz Rahbar, 74, Iranian Olympic racing cyclist (1972).
- Richard Sharpe, 66, British historian and academic.
- Harkishan Singh, 91, Indian pharmaceutical chemist.
- Peter Stapleton, 65, New Zealand musician (The Terminals, Dadamah, Flies Inside the Sun).
- Ronnie Thompson, 85, American politician, Mayor of Macon, Georgia (1967–1975), Alzheimer's disease.
- Visu, 74, Indian film director (Samsaram Adhu Minsaram, Thirumathi Oru Vegumathi, Pattukottai Periyappa), writer and actor.
- Eric Weissberg, 80, American folk musician ("Dueling Banjos", The Tarriers), complications from Alzheimer's disease.
- Woody Widenhofer, 77, American football coach (Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns), stroke.
- Jürg Zeltner, 52, Swiss banking executive (KBL), brain tumor.
- Ernst Zorin, 82, Russian actor (Wind of Freedom, The Secret Agent's Blunder, The Last Day). (death announced on this date)
- Marguerite Aucouturier, 87–88, Czech-born French psychoanalyst and translator, COVID-19.
- Singaram Balasingam, 72, Malaysian Olympic field hockey player (1972, 1976).
- Aileen Baviera, 60, Filipino academic, COVID-19.
- Iryna Bekeshkina, 68, Ukrainian sociologist and pollster.
- Dov Ben-Meir, 92, Israeli politician, member of the Knesset (1981–1988).
- Vicenç Capdevila, 83, Spanish lawyer and politician, mayor of Hospitalet de Llobregat (1973–1977) and Deputy (1977–1979), COVID-19.
- Tonino Conte, 84, Italian theatre director.
- Ted Graham, Baron Graham of Edmonton, 94, British politician, member of Parliament (1974–1983) and the House of Lords (since 1983), Lord Commissioner of the Treasury (1976–1979).
- B. G. Hendrix, 97, American politician, member (1962–1996) and Speaker (1989–1991) of the Arkansas House of Representatives.
- Eldred D. Jones, 95, Sierra Leonean literary critic.
- Moriyuki Kato, 85, Japanese politician.
- Sol Kerzner, 84, South African hotelier, founder of Southern Sun Hotel Group and Sun International, cancer.
- Richard S. Kline, 79, American television producer and director.
- Ray Mantilla, 85, American percussionist, complications from lymphoma.
- Hiroshi Masuoka, 83, Japanese voice actor (Sazae-san, Anpanman, Dragon Ball Z), rectal cancer.
- James McLernon, 92, American automobile executive.
- Mariko Miyagi, 93, Japanese actress (Panda and the Magic Serpent, Ten Dark Women, Barefoot Gen) and singer, lymphoma.
- Gianni Mura, 74, Italian journalist, heart attack.
- Jacques Oudin, 80, French politician, Senator (1986–2004), COVID-19.
- Piotr Pawlukiewicz, 59, Polish Roman Catholic priest and writer.
- Soundaraj Periyanayagam, 69, Indian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Vellore (since 2006).
- Anthony Procter, 76, South African cricketer (Natal).
- Jean-Jacques Razafindranazy, 68, Madagascar-born French doctor, COVID-19.
- Lorenzo Sanz, 76, Spanish sports administrator, president of Real Madrid (1995–2000), COVID-19.
- Hellmut Stern, 91, German violinist.
- Pierre Truche, 90, French magistrate (the trial of Klaus Barbie), cancer.
- Mark Andrews, 60, British rower.
- Oybarchin Bakirova, 69, Uzbek actress (Armon).
- P. K. Banerjee, 83, Indian football player (Aryan, Eastern Railway, national team) and manager, heart attack.
- Susham Bedi, 74, Indian writer and academic.
- Cengiz Bektaş, 85, Turkish architect (Mertim) and writer, heart failure.
- Claude Bennett, 83, Canadian politician, MPP (1971–1987).
- Harry van den Bergh, 77, Dutch politician, MP (1977–1987).
- Dean Borg, 81, American journalist, complications from pancreatic cancer.
- Denise Bradley, 77, Australian academic administrator.
- Amadeo Carrizo, 93, Argentine footballer (River Plate, Millonarios, national team).
- Belarmino Correa Yepes, 89, Colombian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of San José del Guaviare (1999–2006).
- Enrique del Portal, 87, Spanish operatic tenor, gastroenteritis.
- Carlos Falcó, 5th Marquess of Griñón, 83, Spanish nobleman, socialite and entrepreneur, Grandee of Spain, COVID-19.
- Victor Fotso, 93, Cameroonian politician and businessman, Mayor of Bandjoun (since 1996).
- K. J. George, 85, Indian politician, MLA (1977–1980, 1987–1994).
- Willigis Jäger, 95, German Benedictine monk and Zen master.
- Shapi Kaziev, 63, Russian writer and playwright.
- Werner Lorenz, 83, German ice hockey player (Adler Mannheim).
- Ali Habib Mahmud, 81, Syrian military officer, Chief of Staff (2004–2009) and Minister of Defense (2009–2011).
- Don Manning, 54, American politician, member of the Ohio House of Representatives (since 2019).
- Justin Mulenga, 65, Zambian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Mpika (since 2015).
- Muhterem Nur, 87, Turkish actress and singer.
- Marino Quaresimin, 82, Italian politician, Mayor of Vicenza (1995–1998), COVID-19.
- Kenny Rogers, 81, American Hall of Fame singer ("The Gambler", "Just Dropped In", "Islands in the Stream"), songwriter and actor.
- Giovanni Romanini, 74, Italian comics artist and cartoonist (Satanik, Diabolik, Alan Ford), heart attack.
- Jean-Marie Saget, 91, French military pilot.
- Robert H. Scarborough, 97, American vice admiral.
- Vladimir Shtapov, 73, Russian football player (Dynamo Moscow, Torpedo Moscow) and manager (Khimki).
- Jerry Slick, 80, American rock drummer (The Great Society) and cinematographer. (death announced on this date)
- Borislav Stanković, 94, Serbian Hall of Fame basketball player (Partizan) and coach (OKK Beograd, Cantù), Secretary General of FIBA (1976–2003).
- Bob Stephenson, 91, American baseball player (St. Louis Cardinals).
- Tarcisio Stramare, 91, Italian biblist and writer, COVID-19.
- Gino Volpe, 77, Italian singer-songwriter, heart attack.
- Sascha Oskar Weis, 49, Austrian actor, heart attack.
- Vladimír Zábrodský, 97, Czech Hall of Fame ice hockey player (LTC Prague, HC Sparta Praha, Bohemians 1905), world champion (1947, 1949) and Olympic silver medallist (1948).
- Román Arámbula, 83, Mexican comic-book and storyboard artist (Mickey Mouse), heart attack.
- Léon Bogman, 92, Dutch politician, mayor of Slenaken (1962–1982) and Noorbeek (1969–1982).
- Igor Bogodukh, 82, Russian actor (The Prisoner of Château d'If).
- Black N Mild, 44, American bounce music deejay, COVID-19.
- Enrico Decleva, 78, Italian historian, Rector of the University of Milan (2001–2012).
- François Dermaut, 70, French comic book artist.
- Innocenzo Donina, 69, Italian footballer (Reggio Audace, Atalanta, Bari), COVID-19.
- Max Engman, 73, Finnish historian and translator.
- Camille Fischbach, 87, French footballer (Olympique de Marseille, FC Metz).
- Joe Ferebee, 101, American baseball coach (Pfeiffer University).
- James B. Jacobs, 72, American criminologist.
- Hans Knudsen, 75, Danish Olympic sprint canoer (1964, 1968).
- Hamid Kohram, 62, Iranian politician, MP (2000–2004), COVID-19.
- Rik Kuethe, 78, Dutch writer and journalist (Elsevier (magazine)).
- Li Daozeng, 90, Chinese architect, member of Chinese Academy of Engineering.
- Aurlus Mabélé, 66, Congolese singer and composer, stroke and COVID-19.
- Benny Malone, 68, American football player (Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins), complications from diabetes.
- Herbert Marx, 88, Canadian lawyer and politician, MNA (1979–1989).
- Sir Anthony Pigott, 76, British lieutenant general, Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (2000–2003).
- Oliver Lee Pitts, 103, American journalist (Fort Worth Telegram) and restaurateur (White Horse Tavern).
- Raymond Renard, 95, Belgian writer and linguist.
- Ashraf Siddiqui, 93, Bangladeshi poet.
- Antonio Michele Stanca, 77, Italian geneticist, COVID-19.
- Miranda, Countess of Stockton, 72, British socialite and model. (death announced on this date)
- Richard Tracey, 77, British politician, MP (1983–1997).
- Peter Whittingham, 35, English footballer (Cardiff City, Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers), complications of traumatic brain injury.
- Nazzareno Zamperla, 82, Italian actor (Samson and the Slave Queen, A Pistol for Ringo, Three Tough Guys) and stuntman.
- Edi Ziegler, 90, German road racing cyclist, Olympic bronze medallist (1952).
- Rose Marie Compaoré, 62, Burkinabé politician, 2nd vice president of the National Assembly (since 2015), COVID-19.
- Brownlee O. Currey Jr., 91, American financier, philanthropist and newspaper publisher, owner and CEO of the Nashville Banner.
- Wray Downes, 89, Canadian jazz pianist.
- Erwin Drèze, 59, Belgian comic book artist, brain cancer.
- Jean Dufour, 70, French politician, Deputy (2001–2002).
- Patrick J. Duggan, 86, American jurist, Judge of the U.S. District Court for Eastern Michigan (1986–2000).
- John E. Erickson, 92, American basketball coach (Wisconsin Badgers), general manager (Milwaukee Bucks) and politician.
- Luciano Federici, 82, Italian footballer (Cosenza Calcio, A.C. Pisa 1909), COVID-19.
- Catherine Hamlin, 96, Australian physician and philanthropist, co-founder of the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital.
- Kenneth Kafui, 68, Ghanaian composer.
- Emil Karewicz, 97, Polish actor (Stawka większa niż życie, How I Unleashed World War II, Knights of the Teutonic Order).
- Patrick Le Lay, 77, French engineer and businessman (TF1, Bouygues).
- Jean Leber, 70–71, French violinist, COVID-19.
- Moon Ji-yoon, 36, South Korean actor, sepsis.
- Julia Miles, 90, American activist.
- Peter Musevski, 54, Slovene actor (Bread and Milk, Spare Parts, Slovenian Girl).
- Joaquín Peiró, 84, Spanish football player (Atlético Madrid, Roma, national team) and manager.
- Raviraaj, 77, Indian actor (Achanak, Ek Chitthi Pyar Bhari).
- Henri Richelet, 75, French painter, COVID-19.
- John Solomon, 90, Australian rugby union player (New South Wales Waratahs, national team).
- Kevin Taylor, c. 73, English rugby league footballer (Oldham, Leigh Centurions, national team). (body discovered on this date)
- Sir John Tooley, 95, British opera administrator, general director of the Royal Opera House (1970–1988).
- Sérgio Trindade, 79, Brazilian scientist (IPCC) and Nobel Peace Prize recipient (2007), COVID-19.
- William Alfred Weber, 101, American botanist and lichenologist.
- Thomas A. Wiseman Jr., 89, American jurist, member of the Tennessee House of Representatives (1964–1968), State Treasurer (1971–1974) and U.S. District Judge for Middle Tennessee (1978–1995).
- Alfred Worden, 88, American astronaut (Apollo 15), stroke.
- Vittoria Bogo Deledda, 53, Italian politician, Senator (since 2018), cancer.
- Michael Broadbent, 92, British wine critic, auctioneer and writer.
- Horst Felbermayr, 75, Austrian industrialist and amateur racing driver.
- Gerald Freedman, 92, American theatre director, librettist and lyricist.
- Valentina Gagarina, 84, Russian physician.
- Syed Mumtaz Alam Gillani, 80, Pakistani lawyer and politician, MP (2008).
- Johan Goudsblom, 87, Dutch sociologist.
- Jérôme Hanquez, 46, French tennis player.
- Hsiao Feng Hsien, 79, Taiwanese operatic singer and actress.
- Piotr Jegor, 51, Polish footballer (Górnik Zabrze, Odra Wodzisław Śląski, national team).
- Tadashi Kato, 85, Japanese Olympic cyclist (1952).
- Michel Kitabdjian, 89, French football referee.
- Jayram Kulkarni, 88, Indian actor (Dhoom Dhadaka, Gammat Jammat, Thartharat).
- Eduard Limonov, 77, Russian writer, poet and political dissident, complications from surgery.
- Roger Mayweather, 58, American boxer and boxing trainer, WBA super featherweight (1983–1984) and WBC super lightweight champion (1987–1989).
- Bill McPherson, 88, American football coach (Santa Clara University, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers).
- Manuel Serifo Nhamadjo, 61, Bissau-Guinean politician, Acting President of the National People's Assembly (2009, 2012) and Acting President (2012–2014).
- Patrick Nothomb, 83, Belgian diplomat, heart attack.
- William Outten, 71, American politician, member of the Delaware House of Representatives (2005–2019).
- Arvo Sarapuu, 66, Estonian politician, Deputy Mayor of Tallinn (2011–2017).
- Stephen Schwartz, 78, American pathologist (University of Washington), COVID-19.
- Felix Strategier, 69, Dutch actor.
- Thái Thanh, 85, Vietnamese-American singer.
- Johny Voners, 74, Belgian actor (Woman Between Wolf and Dog, F.C. De Kampioenen), cancer.
- Lyle Waggoner, 84, American actor (The Carol Burnett Show, Wonder Woman, Love Me Deadly), cancer.
- Betty Williams, 76, Northern Irish political activist, Nobel Prize laureate (1976).
- Malcolm Yardley, 79, British Olympic sprinter (1960).
- Nicolas Alfonsi, 83, French politician, MP (1973–1988, 2001–2014) and MEP (1981–1984), COVID-19.
- Jim Bartko, 54, American college athletics administrator (Fresno State).
- Sergio Bassi, 69, Italian folk singer-songwriter, COVID-19.
- David Briggs, 102, English educator, headmaster of King's College School, Cambridge (1959–1977).
- Wade Cole, 67, American racecar driver (NASCAR). (death announced on this date)
- Menachem Friedman, 83, Israeli sociologist.
- Ranveig Frøiland, 74, Norwegian politician, Minister of Petroleum and Energy (1997).
- Hashem Bathaie Golpayegani, 78–79, Iranian ayatollah, member of the Assembly of Experts (since 2016), COVID-19.
- Keshto Iqbar, 61, Indian actor (Ab To Aaja Saajan Mere), traffic collision.
- G. Rama Iyer, 88, Malaysian politician.
- Pilar Luna, 75, Mexican underwater archaeologist.
- Jan Levor Njargel, 76, Norwegian politician.
- Francesco Saverio Pavone, 75, Italian magistrate, COVID-19.
- Saskia Post, 59, American-born Australian actress (Dogs in Space).
- Patil Puttappa, 101, Indian writer and journalist, complications from brain surgery.
- Jason Rainey, 53, American guitarist (Sacred Reich).
- Fariborz Raisdana, 71, Iranian economist, COVID-19.
- Konstantin Ryabinov, 55, Russian musician (Grazhdanskaya Oborona) and visual artist (Kommunizm).
- Jeff Stabins, 60, American politician.
- Ahmad Taheri, Iranian futsal coach, COVID-19.
- Stuart Whitman, 92, American actor (The Mark, The Comancheros, Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines), skin cancer.
- Hank Workman, 94, American baseball player (New York Yankees).
- Mohammad Ami-Tehrani, 84, Iranian Olympic weightlifter (1960).
- Savenaca Aria, 55, Fijian rugby player (national team, Nawaka).
- Charles Atger, 98, French pilot.
- Suzy Delair, 102, French actress (Quai des Orfèvres, Atoll K, The Murderer Lives at Number 21).
- Aleksandr Nikolayevich Denisov, 65, Russian military officer.
- Gilbert Espinosa Chávez, 88, American Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of San Diego (1974–2007).
- Manfred Feiler, 94, German painter.
- Affonso Arinos de Mello Franco, 89, Brazilian writer, member of Academia Brasileira de Letras, respiratory failure.
- Elio Ghelfi, 82, Italian boxer.
- Vittorio Gregotti, 92, Italian architect, COVID-19.
- Richard L. Hanna, 69, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2011–2017), cancer.
- Roy Hudd, 83, English actor (The Blood Beast Terror, Up the Chastity Belt, Coronation Street) and comedian.
- Wolf Kahn, 92, German-born American artist, heart failure.
- Aarne Kainlauri, 104, Finnish Olympic steeplechaser (1948). (death announced on this date)
- Jeremy Marre, 76, English music documentary filmmaker.
- Mick Morris, 77, English footballer (Oxford United, Port Vale, Stafford Rangers).
- Indiana Muñoz, 29, Dominican-born Brazilian motorcycle racer, complications from a fall.
- Ning Jinsheng, 87, Chinese engineer, member of Chinese Academy of Engineering.
- Chong Hon Nyan, 95, Malaysian politician, Minister of Health (1978–1982).
- Phil Olsen, 63, Canadian javelin thrower, Commonwealth Games champion (1978), heart attack.
- Lasse Sandlin, 76. Swedish sport journalist (Aftonbladet).
- Iftikhar Hussain Shah, 70, Pakistani military officer and politician, Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (2000–2005), heart attack.
- Aytaç Yalman, 79, Turkish military officer, General Commander of the Gendarmerie (2000–2002) and Commander of the Army (2002–2004), COVID-19.
- Gustavo Bebianno, 56, Brazilian lawyer and politician, President of the Social Liberal Party (2018), heart attack.
- Doriot Anthony Dwyer, 98, American flutist.
- René Follet, 88, Belgian illustrator, comics writer and artist.
- Jon Atle Gaarder, 85, Norwegian diplomat, ambassador to Saudi Arabia (1984–1990), India (1990–1994) and Lithuania (1999–2001).
- Giancarlo Ghironzi, 88, Sammarinese politician, Captain Regent (1961, 1969–1970).
- Mubashir Hassan, 98, Pakistani politician, Minister of Finance (1971–1974).
- Galen Head, 72, Canadian ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings).
- Dave Mounfield, 50, English actor and comedian (Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show!), cancer.
- Tamaki Nakanishi, 44, Japanese voice actress (Accel World, Gad Guard, I"s).
- Phil Phillips, 94, American singer and songwriter ("Sea of Love").
- John L. Pickitt, 86, American lieutenant general.
- Eva Pilarová, 80, Czech singer.
- Genesis P-Orridge, 70, English musician (Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV) and performance artist (COUM Transmissions), leukaemia.
- Mariano Puga, 88, Chilean Roman Catholic priest and human rights activist, opponent of the military dictatorship.
- Puthussery Ramachandran, 91, Indian poet.
- Chris Reed, 30, American-born Japanese figure skater, cardiac arrest.
- Piero Schlesinger, 89, Italian jurist and banker, COVID-19.
- Henry Smith, 64, Samoan Olympic athlete (1984, 1988).
- Dave Souter, 79, Scottish footballer (Clyde, Dundee). (death announced on this date)
- Miki Alexandrescu, 65, Romanian sports journalist and commentator.
- Menahem Ben, 71, Israeli poet, literary critic, and publicist (Haaretz, Maariv, Walla!), stroke.
- Alejandro Betts, 72, Argentine historian and political activist.
- Lucien Braun 97, French historian and philosopher.
- Ivan Davis, 82, Northern Irish politician, MLA (1998–2003).
- Arch Deal, 88, American television reporter (WFLA-TV), asphyxiation.
- Julius Soriano Giron, Filipino militant, leader of the New People's Army, shot.
- Barbara Harris, 89, American Episcopal prelate, suffragan bishop of Massachusetts (1989–2003).
- Eugene Thomas Long, 84, American philosopher.
- Dorothy Maclean, 100, Canadian writer and educator.
- Jim Mahaffey, 83, American bridge player.
- Giwi Margwelaschwili, 92, German-Georgian writer and philosopher.
- Moon Deoksu, 91, South Korean poet.
- Filippos Petsalnikos, 69, Greek politician, Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament (2009–2012).
- Richenel, 62, Dutch disco singer, lung cancer.
- Nasser Shabani, Iranian brigadier general (Revolutionary Guard), COVID-19. (death announced on this date)
- John Stevenson, 68, British journalist.
- Mart Ummelas, 66, Estonian journalist.
- Yang Mu, 79, Taiwanese poet and essayist.
- Dana Zátopková, 97, Czech javelin thrower, Olympic champion (1952).
- Kevin Bacon, 87, Australian Olympic equestrian (1964, 1968, 1976).
- Don Burrows, 91, Australian jazz musician.
- Jean-Michel Cambon, 68, French climber, climbing fall.
- Sir John Chalstrey, 88, British surgeon and civic leader, Lord Mayor of London (1995–1996).
- Alexander Gordon, 7th Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, 64, Scottish peer.
- Mobio Besse Henri, 42, Ivorian boxer.
- Wolfgang Hofmann, 78, German judoka, Olympic silver medalist (1964).
- Sir John Lyons, 87, British linguist.
- Tonie Marshall, 68, French actress (A Slightly Pregnant Man) and film director (Venus Beauty Institute, The Missionaries).
- Pete Mitchell, 61, English radio DJ and presenter (BBC Radio 2, Virgin Radio).
- Giovanni Battista Rabino, 88, Italian politician, MP (1983–1994), COVID-19.
- Francisco Romãozinho, 77, Portuguese rally driver.
- Michel Roux, 78, French-born British chef and restaurateur (Le Gavroche, The Waterside Inn), idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
- Freek Schutten, 69, Dutch footballer (PEC Zwolle).
- Danny Ray Thompson, 72, American jazz musician.
- Peter van den Baar, 79, Dutch politician, mayor of Goirle (1990–1997), Ootmarsum (1997–2001), and Sas van Gent (2001–2003).
- Didier Bezace, 74, French actor (The Little Thief, Les Voleurs, The Minister).
- Stefano Bianco, 34, Italian motorcycle racer, traffic collision.
- Lucian Bolcaș, 77, Romanian lawyer and politician, member of Chamber of Deputies (2000–2004, 2004–2008).
- A. Richard Caputo, 81, American jurist, Judge for the U.S. District Court for Middle Pennsylvania (since 1997).
- Ted Cox, 65, American baseball player (Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, Seattle Mariners), multiple myeloma.
- Gerard du Prie, 82, Dutch strongman and powerlifter, Strongest Man of the Netherlands (1979).
- Sir Rob Fenwick, 68, New Zealand environmentalist and businessman, cancer.
- József Gyuricza, 86, Hungarian fencer, Olympic bronze medallist (1956).
- Burkhard Hirsch, 89, German politician, minister of the NRW state govt. (1975–80) and member of the Bundestag (1972–1975, 1980–1998).
- John Seward Johnson II, 89, American sculptor and art impresario (Grounds for Sculpture), cancer.
- Ken King, 68, Canadian businessman and sports executive (Calgary Flames), cancer.
- Irina Kirichenko, 82, Russian sprint cyclist.
- Whitney MacMillan, 90, American businessman (Cargill).
- Sebastião Roque Rabelo Mendes, 90, Brazilian prelate, Bishop of Leopoldina (1985–1989), Auxiliary Bishop of Belo Horizonte (1989–2004).
- Santu Mukherjee, 69, Indian actor (Harmonium, Swami Stree, Sanjhbati), cancer.
- Jarrod Patterson, 46, American baseball player (Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Royals), traffic collision.
- Tatyana Prorochenko, 67, Ukrainian athlete, Olympic champion (1980).
- Del Shofner, 85, American football player (Los Angeles Rams, New York Giants).
- Jack Walley, 74, New Zealand actor (30 Days of Night, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Kawa).
- War Emblem, 21, American Thoroughbred racehorse, winner of the 2002 Kentucky Derby and 2002 Preakness Stakes.
- Charles Wuorinen, 81, American composer.
- Mohammad Alavi Tabar, 89, Iranian politician, MP (1980–1988), COVID-19.
- Ruth Born, 94, American baseball player (South Bend Blue Sox).
- Eva Broklová, 81, Czech historian.
- Alessandro Criscuolo, 82, Italian jurist, President of the Constitutional Court (2014–2016).
- Hyun Kil-un, 80, South Korean writer, cancer.
- Erik Juárez Blanquet, 30, Mexican teacher and politician, Deputy (2015–2018, 2018), shot.
- Jānis Kvēps, 79, Latvian sports physician (men's national ice hockey team).
- Robert Langbaum, 96, American author.
- Kurt Liander, 88, Swedish footballer (AIK, IFK Stockholm, national team).
- Bintou Malloum, 73, Chadian diplomat.
- Franz Mönks, 87, Dutch psychologist and university professor.
- Marcelo Peralta, 59, Argentine saxophonist, COVID-19.
- Beba Selimović, 80, Bosnian sevdalinka singer.
- Mal Sharpe, 83, American television and radio personality, complications from heart surgery.
- Jan Sjoerd Pasterkamp, 75, Dutch Protestant pastor and missionary.
- Sanford Wheeler, 49, Australian footballer (Sydney Swans).
- Abdel Razak al-Yehiyeh, 90, Palestinian politician.
- John Bathersby, 83, Australian Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Brisbane (1991–2011), Bishop of Cairns (1986–1991).
- Allen Bellman, 95, American comic book artist (Captain America).
- Lorenzo Brino, 21, American child actor (7th Heaven), traffic collision.
- Anton Coppola, 102, American orchestra conductor and composer.
- Italo De Zan, 94, Italian racing cyclist, COVID-19.
- Suleiman Dori, 42, Kenyan politician, MP (since 2013), cancer.
- Barney Eastwood, 87, Irish boxing promoter and bookmaker.
- Daniel S. Greenberg, 88, American journalist.
- Richard K. Guy, 103, British mathematician (Winning Ways for your Mathematical Plays, Strong Law of Small Numbers).
- Gary B. Kibbe, 79, American cinematographer (They Live, Escape from L.A., RoboCop 3).
- José Jiménez Lozano, 89, Spanish writer, Miguel de Cervantes Prize winner (2002).
- Lee Cha-su, 62, South Korean politician and activist, COVID-19.
- Alain Marcel, 68, Algerian-born French actor and music composer.
- Khitish Chandra Mondal, 80, Bangladeshi politician.
- Keith Olsen, 74, American record producer, sound engineer and musician (The Music Machine), cardiac arrest.
- John Havelock Parker, 91, Canadian politician, Mayor of Yellowknife (1964–1967) and Commissioner of the Northwest Territories (1979–1989).
- Mohammad-Reza Rahchamani, 67, Iranian physician and politician, MP (1984–2000), COVID-19.
- Dietmar Rothermund, 87, German historian.
- John Schneebichler, 61, Australian footballer (South Adelaide, Glenelg, South Australia), cancer.
- George Strachan, 87, Scottish cricketer (national team).
- Eric Taylor, 70, American folk singer-songwriter.
- Johan van Dorsten, 93, Dutch writer.
- DeAndrey Abron, 47, American boxer, traffic collision.
- H. R. Bhardwaj, 82, Indian politician, Minister of Law and Justice (2004–2009), Governor of Karnataka (2009–2014) and Kerala (2012–2013), cardiac arrest.
- Wayne Bridges, 83, British professional wrestler (ASW).
- Molly Brodak, 39, American poet, suicide.
- Ernest Davies, 93, British politician, MP (1966–1970).
- Martin Davorin-Jagodić, 84, Croatian composer.
- Eremein, 18, Australian thoroughbred.
- Jan-Henrik Fredriksen, 63, Norwegian politician, MP (2005–2017).
- Coco Hotahota, 78–79, French Polynesian dancer and choreographer.
- Salleh Ibrahim, 72, Malaysian footballer (Kelantan, Singapore FA, national team), liver disease.
- Yukimitsu Kano, 87, Japanese judoka, President of the All Japan Judo Federation (1980–2009).
- Challace McMillin, 77, American college football coach (James Madison Dukes).
- Vijayan Pillai, 65, Indian politician, MLA (since 2016).
- Luis Racionero, 80, Spanish writer, Director of National Library (2001–2004).
- David Rogers, 64, American racing driver, Winston Racing Series champion (1994), complications from lymphoma.
- Max von Sydow, 90, Swedish-born French actor (The Seventh Seal, The Exorcist, Pelle the Conqueror).
- Johnny Yune, 83, South Korean-American actor (They Call Me Bruce?, Nothing in Common, They Still Call Me Bruce) and comedian, cerebral hemorrhage.
- K. Anbazhagan, 97, Indian politician, MP (1962–1967) and MLA (1957–1962, 1971–1991, 1996–2011).
- Mart Crowley, 84, American playwright (The Boys in the Band), complications from heart surgery.
- William Benner Enright, 94, American jurist, Judge of the U.S. District Court for Southern California (since 1972).
- Susan Hammer, 81, American politician, Mayor of San Jose (1991–1999).
- Conway Hayman, 71, American football player (Houston Oilers).
- Reza Mohammadi Langroudi, 91, Iranian ayatollah, COVID-19.
- Nelson Leirner, 88, Brazilian visual artist.
- John Manners, 105, English Royal Navy officer and cricketer (Hampshire, MCC).
- Jair Marinho, 83, Brazilian footballer (Fluminense, Corinthians, national team), World Cup winner (1962).
- Adamou Ndam Njoya, 77, Cameroonian author and politician, founder and president of the Cameroon Democratic Union (since 1991), mayor of Foumban (1996–2020).
- Jim Owen, 78, American country singer-songwriter.
- Kanakorn Pianchana, 50, Thai judge, suicide by gunshot.
- Earl Pomerantz, 75, Canadian-born American television writer and producer (Major Dad), aneurysm.
- Fatemeh Rahbar, 56, Iranian politician, MP (2004–2016), COVID-19.
- David Rainford, 51, British quiz contestant (Eggheads).
- Laura Smith, 67, Canadian folk singer-songwriter, cancer.
- Matthew Watkins, 41, Welsh rugby union player (Newport, Scarlets, national team), pelvic cancer.
- Houshang Zarif, 81, Iranian tar player, heart failure.
- Amanullah, 70, Pakistani actor (Khabarnaak, One Two Ka One, Na Maloom Afraad) and comedian, lung and kidney failure.
- Charlie Baty, 66, American blues guitarist (Little Charlie & the Nightcats).
- Anne-Marie Berglund, 68, Finnish-born Swedish writer.
- Stanislav Bogdanovich, 27, Ukrainian chess grandmaster, nitrous oxide overdose.
- Jack Buechner, 79, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1987–1991).
- Bélgica Castro, 99, Chilean actress (Little White Dove, Old Cats, La Recta Provincia).
- Norm Fieldgate, 88, Canadian Hall of Fame football player (Regina Rams, BC Lions) and executive.
- Ed Ingles, 87, American sportscaster (WCBS, Hofstra Pride, New York Jets).
- Magdaleno Mercado, 75, Mexican footballer (Club Atlas, national team).
- Arnaldo de Oliveira Sales, 100, Hong Kong community leader, chairman of the Urban Council (1973–1981).
- David Paul, 62, American actor (The Barbarians, Double Trouble, Twin Sitters), television personality and bodybuilder.
- Ed Renwick, 81, American political scientist.
- Henri Richard, 84, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (Montreal Canadiens), 11-time Stanley Cup champion.
- Clif Richardson, 75, American politician, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (2008–2013), heart attack.
- Elinor Ross, 93, American operatic soprano.
- Peter Smith, 76, English Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of East Anglia (1995–2001), Archbishop of Cardiff (2001–2010) and Southwark (2010–2019), cancer.
- Danny Tidwell, 35, American dancer and reality television contestant (So You Think You Can Dance), traffic collision.
- Tom Turnipseed, 83, American politician, member of the South Carolina Senate (1976–1980).
- McCoy Tyner, 81, American jazz pianist (Inception, The Real McCoy, Song for My Lady).
- Géza Ütő, 90, Hungarian Olympic rower (1956).
- Patrick Wright, Baron Wright of Richmond, 88, British diplomat and life peer.
- Katcho Achadjian, 68, American politician, member of the California State Assembly (2010–2016).
- Yevgeny Barilovich, 87, Russian naval officer, Hero of the Soviet Union.
- Hans Bauer, 79, Dutch policitian, mayor of Reeuwijk (1997–2004).
- Solomon Berewa, 81, Sierra Leonean politician, Vice-President (2002–2007).
- Emilio Caprile, 91, Italian footballer (Genoa, Juventus, national team).
- André Chéret, 82, French comic book artist (Rahan).
- Lambros Comitas, 92, American anthropologist.
- Troy Collings, 33, New Zealand travel executive, heart attack. (death announced on this date)
- Jeanette Fitzsimons, 75, New Zealand politician and environmentalist, co-leader of the Green Party (1995–2009) and MP (1996–2010), stroke.
- Sir Toby Frere, 81, British vice admiral, Chief of Fleet Support (1994–1997).
- Gray Kunz, 53, Singaporean-born Swiss restaurateur, stroke.
- Wanderley Machado, 81, Brazilian footballer (Levante, Málaga, Hércules).
- Marnie, 18, American Shih Tzu dog and social media celebrity.
- Susanna Majuri, 41, Finnish photographer.
- Jimmy McDowell, 93, American sports journalist (The Commercial Appeal, The Times (Trenton)) and executive, director of the National Football Foundation.
- Levan Moseshvili, 79, Georgian basketball player, Olympic silver medalist (1964).
- Antonio Nardini, 98, Italian historian and author.
- Rip Oliver, 67, American professional wrestler (PNW), heart failure.
- Don Pavletich, 81, American baseball player (Cincinnati Reds).
- Antonio Permunian, 89, Swiss footballer (Bellinzona, Luzern, national team).
- Potturi Venkateswara Rao, 86, Indian Telugu journalist (Eenadu).
- Jean-Luc Seigle, 64, French dramatist and screenwriter (The Carriers Are Waiting), cardiac arrest.
- Hossein Sheikholeslam, 67, Iranian politician, MP (2004–2008) and Ambassador to Syria (1998–2003), COVID-19.
- Alejandro Sieveking, 85, Chilean playwright and theatre director.
- Jeff Taylor, 60, American basketball player (Texas Tech Red Raiders, Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons). (death announced on this date)
- Michael Anthony Telesca, 90, American jurist, Judge of the U.S. District Court for Western New York (since 1982).
- Ranka Velimirović, 79, Serbian film producer.
- Hesham Ashmawy, 41–42, Egyptian convicted terrorist, execution by hanging.
- David Bentley, 84, British Anglican prelate, Bishop of Gloucester (1993–2003).
- Adelaide Chiozzo, 88, Brazilian actress and accordionist.
- Helen Courtney, 67, New Zealand cartoonist and illustrator.
- Serge Deslières, 72, Canadian politician.
- Eskandar Firouz, 93, Iranian environmentalist and politician.
- Stratis Haviaras, 84, Greek-American writer and poet.
- Amo Houghton, 93, American glass executive (Corning Inc.) and politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1987–2005).
- Ivan Lee, 63–64, Australian Anglican bishop, Bishop of the Western Region (2003–2019).
- Jacques Leibowitch, 77, French medical researcher.
- Kerry Marshall, 81, New Zealand politician, mayor of Richmond (1986–1989), Tasman (1989–1998), and Nelson (2007–2010).
- Barbara Martin, 76, American singer (The Supremes).
- Frank McLaughlin, 84, American comics artist (Judomaster, Gil Thorp).
- Úna O'Connor, 83, Irish camogie player (Dublin, Celtic).
- Jean Payne, 80, Canadian politician, MP (1993–1997).
- Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, 100, Peruvian diplomat and politician, Secretary-General of the United Nations (1982–1991), Prime Minister (2000–2001).
- Robert Shavlakadze, 86, Georgian high jumper, Olympic champion (1960).
- Alexey Sorokin, 97, Russian military officer and politician, Admiral of the Fleet (1988–1992) and Deputy (1989–1991).
- Rosalind P. Walter, 95, American riveter and philanthropist, namesake of Rosie the Riveter.
- Bill Young, 88, Australian footballer (St Kilda).
- Božidar Alić, 65, Croatian actor (Operation Stadium, The Third Key, Long Dark Night).
- Bobbie Battista, 67, American journalist (CNN), cervical cancer.
- Réginald Bélair, 70, Canadian politician, MP (1988–2004).
- Alain Bertrand, 69, French politician, Senator (2011, since 2012) and mayor of Mende, Lozère (2008–2016).
- Minoru Betsuyaku, 82, Japanese writer, pneumonia.
- Roscoe Born, 69, American actor (One Life to Live, Santa Barbara, The Young and the Restless).
- Leslie Cauchi, 77, Maltese-born American singer (The Del-Satins).
- CC, 18, American tabby cat, first cloned pet, kidney failure.
- Alf Cranner, 83, Norwegian folk singer.
- Michel Cullin, 75, French diplomat and writer.
- Freimut Duve, 83, German politician and author, MP (1980–1998).
- Mother Tekla Famiglietti, 83, Italian nun, Abbess General of the Bridgettines (1981–2016).
- Georges Fontès, 96, French politician, MP (1986) and mayor of Béziers (1983–1989).
- Wendell Goler, 71, American journalist (Fox News), kidney failure.
- Stanisław Kania, 92, Polish politician, First Secretary of the Polish United Workers' Party (1980–1981), pneumonia and heart failure.
- Suddhananda Mahathero, 87, Bangladeshi Buddhist monk and social worker.
- Günther Müller, 95, German conductor.
- James Otis, 71, American actor (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, The Black Dahlia).
- János Petrenkó, 79, Hungarian industrialist and MP (1990–1994).
- Nicolas Portal, 40, French racing cyclist, sporting director of Team Sky (since 2013), heart attack.
- Charles J. Urstadt, 91, American real estate executive and investor.
- David Wise, 65, American television writer (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Transformers, Defenders of the Earth), lung cancer.
- Elizabeth Nelson Adams, 79, American artist and poet.
- Bahamian Bounty, 26, British racehorse and sire. (death announced on this date)
- Tabea Blumenschein, 67, German actress (Die Tödliche Doris) and painter.
- Rafael Cancel Miranda, 89, Puerto Rican independence leader and convicted attempted murderer (1954 United States Capitol shooting incident).
- Henry N. Cobb, 93, American architect (Pei Cobb Freed & Partners).
- René Coicou, 84, Haitian-born Canadian politician, mayor of Gagnon (1973–1985).
- Viktor Josef Dammertz, 90, German Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Augsburg (1993–2004).
- Charles E. Freeman, 86, American attorney, Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court (1997–2000).
- William Johnson, 88, Canadian journalist and author, president of Alliance Quebec (1998–2000).
- Yannis Katsafados, 84, Greek lawyer and politician, MP (1974–1981) and MEP (1981).
- James Lipton, 93, American television host (Inside the Actors Studio), actor (Arrested Development) and writer (Guiding Light), bladder cancer.
- Farrell McElgunn, 88, Irish politician, Senator (1969–1973), MEP (1973).
- Mohammad Mirmohammadi, 70, Iranian politician, member of the Expediency Discernment Council (since 2012), COVID-19.
- Barbara Neely, 78, American author (Blanche on the Lam).
- Vera Pless, 88, American mathematician.
- Vladimir Shuralyov, 84, Russian military officer, Deputy Minister of Defence (1990–1991), traffic collision.
- Virendra Singh Sirohi, 73, Indian politician.
- Tim Skelly, 69, American video game designer and programmer (Warrior, Rip-Off, Reactor).
- Laird Stirling, 81, Canadian politician.
- Ulay, 76, German performance artist, cancer.
- Peter Wieland, 89, German singer and entertainer.
- Susan Weinert, 54, German guitarist.
- Suat Yalaz, 88, Turkish comic book artist (Karaoğlan).
- István Balsai, 72, Hungarian jurist and politician, Minister of Justice (1990–1994), MP (1990–2011).
- Clara D. Bloomfield, 77, American physician and cancer researcher.
- Carsten Bresch, 98, German physicist and geneticist.
- Laura Caldwell, 52, American novelist and lawyer, breast cancer.
- Ernesto Cardenal, 95, Nicaraguan Roman Catholic priest and poet (The Gospel in Solentiname).
- John Currier, 68, American vice admiral, Vice Commandant of the United States Coast Guard (2012–2014).
- Sven Ivar Dysthe, 88, Norwegian furniture designer.
- Jacques Lesourne, 91, French economist, director of Le Monde (1991–1994).
- Stefan Lindqvist, 52, Swedish footballer (Halmstad, IFK Göteborg, national team), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- William MacEachern, 89, Canadian politician.
- Timothy Moynihan, 78, American politician, member of the Connecticut House of Representatives (1975–1986).
- May Lorna O'Brien, 87, Australian educator and author.
- Siamand Rahman, 31, Iranian powerlifter, Paralympic champion (2012, 2016), heart attack.
- Jan Vyčítal, 77, Czech caricaturist and country music singer-songwriter.
- Jack Welch, 84, American business executive and chemical engineer, CEO of General Electric (1981–2001), kidney failure.