Gregorian Year 2017

 

Millennium:

3rd millennium

Centuries:

·       20th century

·       21st century 

·       22nd century

Decades:

·       1990s

·       2000s

·       2010s

·       2020s

·       2030s

Years:

·       2014

·       2015

·       2016

·       2017

·       2018

·       2019

·       2020

2017 (MMXVII) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2017th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 17th year of the 3rd millennium, the 17th year of the 21st century, and the 8th year of the 2010s decade.

2017 by topic:

Arts

Architecture – Comics – Film – Home video – Literature (Poetry) – Music (CountryMetalUK) – Radio – Television – Video gaming

Politics

Elections – International leaders – Sovereign states
Sovereign state leaders – Territorial governors

Science and technology

Archaeology – Aviation – Birding/Ornithology – Meteorology – Palaeontology – Rail transport – Spaceflight

Sports

Association football (soccer) – Athletics (track and field) – Badminton – Baseball – Basketball – Boxing– Cricket – Golf – Horse racing – Ice hockey – Motorsport – Road cycling – Rugby league – Rugby union – Table tennis – Tennis – Volleyball

By place

Afghanistan – Albania – Algeria – Antarctica – Argentina – Armenia – Australia – Austria – Azerbaijan – Bangladesh – Belgium – Bhutan – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Brazil – Canada – Cape Verde – Chile – China – Colombia – Costa Rica – Croatia – Cuba – Denmark – El Salvador – Egypt – Estonia – Ethiopia – European Union – Finland – France – Georgia – Germany – Ghana – Greece –Guatemala – Hungary – Iceland – India – Indonesia– Iraq – Iran – Ireland – Israel – Italy – Japan – Kazakhstan – Kenya – Kuwait – Laos – Latvia – Libya – Lithuania – Luxembourg – Macau – Malaysia – Mexico – Moldova – Myanmar – Nepal – Netherlands – New Zealand – Nigeria – North Korea– Norway – Oman – Pakistan – Palestine – Philippines – Poland – Romania – Russia – Rwanda– Serbia – Singapore – South Africa – South Korea– Spain – Sri Lanka – Sweden – Taiwan – Tanzania– Thailand – Turkey – Ukraine – United Arab Emirates – United Kingdom – United States – Venezuela – Vietnam – Yemen – Zimbabwe

Other topics

Awards – Law – Religious leaders

Birth and death categories

Births – Deaths

Establishments and disestablishments categories

Establishments – Disestablishments

Works and introductions categories

Works – Introductions
Works entering the public domain

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2017 in various calendars

Gregorian calendar

2017
MMXVII

Ab urbe condita

2770

Armenian calendar

1466
ԹՎ ՌՆԿԶ

Assyrian calendar

6767

Bahá'í calendar

173–174

Balinese saka calendar

1938–1939

Bengali calendar

1424

Berber calendar

2967

British Regnal year

65 Eliz. 2 – 66 Eliz. 2

Buddhist calendar

2561

Burmese calendar

1379

Byzantine calendar

7525–7526

Chinese calendar

丙申 (Fire Monkey)
4713 or 4653
    — to —
丁酉年 (Fire Rooster)
4714 or 4654

Coptic calendar

1733–1734

Discordian calendar

3183

Ethiopian calendar

2009–2010

Hebrew calendar

5777–5778

Hindu calendars

 - Vikram Samvat

2073–2074

 - Shaka Samvat

1938–1939

 - Kali Yuga

5117–5118

Holocene calendar

12017

Igbo calendar

1017–1018

Iranian calendar

1395–1396

Islamic calendar

1438–1439

Japanese calendar

Heisei 29
(平成29年)

Javanese calendar

1950–1951

Juche calendar

106

Julian calendar

Gregorian minus 13 days

Korean calendar

4350

Minguo calendar

ROC 106
民國106

Nanakshahi calendar

549

Thai solar calendar

2560

Tibetan calendar

阳火猴年
(male Fire-Monkey)
2143 or 1762 or 990
    — to —
阴火鸡年
(female Fire-Rooster)
2144 or 1763 or 991

Unix time

1483228800 – 1514764799

 

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2017 was designated as International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development by the United Nations General Assembly.[1]

Contents

·       1Events

·       2Births

·       3Deaths

·       4Nobel Prizes

·       5See also

·       6References

 

Events[edit]

January[edit]

·       January 20 – Donald Trump, a Republican New York City businessman, is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Trump is the first person to be elected President of the United States who was neither a political office holder or a military general.[2]

·       January 21 – Millions of people worldwide join the Women's March in response to the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States. 420 marches were reported in the U.S. and 168 in other countries, becoming the largest single-day protest in American history and the largest worldwide protest in recent history.[3]

·       January 30 – Morocco rejoins the African Union.

February[edit]

·       February 11 – North Korea prompts international condemnation by test firing a ballistic missile across the Sea of Japan.[4]

March[edit]

·       March 10 – The UN warns that the world is facing the largest humanitarian crisis since World War II, with up to 20 million people at risk of starvation and famine in YemenSomaliaSouth Sudan and Nigeria.[5]

·       March 14 – March 2017 North American blizzard, a major late-season blizzard, affects the Northeastern United States, New England and Canada, dumping up to three feet of snow in the hardest hit areas.

·       March 22 – A terror attack in Westminster kills five and injures more than 50.[6]

·       March 29 – The United Kingdom triggers Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, starting the Brexit negotiations, the talks for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.[7]

·       March 30 – SpaceX conducts the world's first reflight of an orbital class rocket.[8][9]

April[edit]

·       April 6 – In response to a suspected chemical weapons attack on a rebel-held town, the U.S. military launches 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at an air base in Syria. Russia describes the strikes as an "aggression", adding they significantly damage U.S.–Russia ties.[10]

·       April 13 – In the 2017 Nangarhar airstrike the U.S. drops the GBU-43/B MOAB, the world's largest non-nuclear weapon, at an ISIL base in Afghanistan.

May[edit]

·       May 12 – Computers around the world are hit by a large-scale ransomware cyberattack,[11] which goes on to affect at least 150 countries.[12]

·       May 22 – A terrorist bombing attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England kills 22 people and injures over 500.[13]

June[edit]

·       June 1 – Amidst widespread criticism, the U.S. government announces its decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement in due time.[14]

·       June 3 – An Islamist terror attack on London BridgeUnited Kingdom kills 8 and injures 48.

·       June 5

·       Montenegro joins NATO as the 29th member.

·       The 2017–18 Qatar diplomatic crisis starts, as Saudi ArabiaBahrain, the United Arab Emirates and other Arab countries block Qatari access to their seas and air.

·       June 7 – Two terrorist attacks are simultaneously carried out by five Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorists against the Iranian Parliament building and the Mausoleum of Ruhollah Khomeini, both in Tehran, leaving 17 civilians dead and 43 wounded. It becomes the first ISIL attack in Iran.

·       June 8 – In the midst of Brexit, a snap general election is held in the UK, three years before the next one was due, resulting in a hung parliament, with the Conservative Party, led by Prime Minister Theresa May, losing their majority in Parliament. The Labour Party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, makes gains for the first time since 1997. Days later, the Conservative Party, now lacking a majority, enters a confidence-and-supply deal with the Northern Irish DUP.[15]

·       June 10 – The 2017 World Expo is opened in Astana, Kazakhstan.[16]

·       June 12 – American student Otto Warmbier returns home in a coma after spending 17 months in a North Koreanprison and dies a week later.[17][18]

·       June 14 – A fire at Grenfell Tower in London kills 72 people.[19]

·       June 18 – Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) fire six surface-to-surface mid-range ballistic missiles from domestic bases targeting ISIL forces in the Syrian Deir ez-Zor Governorate in response to the terrorist attacks in Tehran earlier that month.

·       June 21 – The Great Mosque of al-Nuri in Mosul, Iraq, is destroyed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.[20]

·       June 25 – The World Health Organization estimates that Yemen has over 200,000 cases of cholera.

·       June 27 – A series of cyberattacks using the Petya malware begins, affecting organizations in Ukraine.[21]

July[edit]

·       July 4 – Russia and China urge North Korea to halt its missile and nuclear programs after it successfully tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile.[22][23]

·       July 7 – The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is voted for by 122 states.[24]

·       July 10 – Iraqi Civil WarMosul is declared fully liberated from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.[25]

August[edit]

·       August 5

·       The UN Security Council unanimously approves fresh sanctions on North Korean trade and investment.[26]

·       Mauritania holds a constitutional referendum for approval of proposed amendments to the constitution.

·       August 12 – The Unite the Right rally is held in Charlottesville, Virginia, by a variety of white nationalist and other far-right groups; Heather Heyer, a counter-protestor, is killed after being hit by a car.

·       August 17 – The first observation of a collision of two neutron stars (GW170817)[27] is hailed as a breakthrough in multi-messenger astronomy[28] when both gravitational and electromagnetic waves from the event are detected.[29][30]Data from the event provided confirmatory evidence for the r-process theory of the origin of heavy elements like gold.[31][32]

·       August 18 – The first terrorist attack ever sentenced as a crime in Finland kills two and injures eight.[33][34]

·       August 21 – A total solar eclipse (nicknamed "The Great American Eclipse")[35] is visible within a band across the entire contiguous United States of America, passing from the Pacific to the Atlantic coasts.[36][37][38]

·       August 25–ongoing – A military operation targeting Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar "seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing", according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.[39]

·       August 2530 – Hurricane Harvey strikes the United States as a Category 4 hurricane, causing catastrophic damage to the Houston metropolitan area, mostly due to record-breaking floods. At least 108 deaths are recorded, and total damage reaches $125 billion (2017 USD), making Harvey the costliest natural disaster in United States history, tied with Hurricane Katrina in 2005.[40][41]

September[edit]

·       September 1 – Russian President Vladimir Putin expels 755 diplomats in response to United States sanctions.[42]

·       September 3 – North Korea conducts its sixth and most powerful nuclear test.[43]

·       September 610 – The Caribbean and United States are struck by Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 hurricane that is the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic basin outside the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. The storm causes at least 146 deaths and $64.2 billion (2017 USD) in damage.[41][44]

·       September 13 – The International Olympic Committee awards Paris and Los Angeles the right to host the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympics, respectively.[45]

·       September 15 – Cassini–Huygens ends its 13-year mission by plunging into Saturn, becoming the first spacecraft to enter the planet's atmosphere.[46]

·       September 19 – Eleven days after another powerful earthquake, and on the 32nd anniversary of the deadly 1985 Mexico City earthquake, a 7.1 Mw earthquakestrikes central Mexico, killing more than 350, leaving up to 6,000 injured[47] and thousands more homeless.[48]

·       September 1920 – Just two weeks after Hurricane Irma struck the Caribbean, Hurricane Maria strikes similar areas, making landfall on Dominica as a Category 5 hurricane, and Puerto Rico as a Category 4 hurricane. Maria caused at least 3,000 deaths and damages estimated in excess of $91.6 billion (2017 USD).[41][49]

·       September 25 – Iraqi Kurdistan votes in a referendum to become an independent state, in defiance of Iraq;[50] by October 15, the crisis escalates into a short-lived armed conflict over disputed territories.

October[edit]

·       October 1 – Fifty-eight people are killed and 851 injured when Stephen Paddock opens fire on a crowd in Las Vegas, surpassing the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting as the deadliest mass shooting perpetrated by a lone gunman in U.S. history.[51]

·       October 12 – The United States announces its decision to withdraw from UNESCO,[52] and is immediately followed by Israel.[53]

·       October 14 – A massive blast caused by a truck bombing in MogadishuSomalia kills at least 512 people and injures 316 others.[54]

·       October 17 – Syrian Civil WarRaqqa is declared fully liberated from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

·       October 25 – At the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of ChinaXi Jinping assumes his second term as General Secretary (China's paramount leader), and the political theory Xi Jinping Thought is written into the party's constitution.[55]

·       October 27 – Based on the results of a previously held referendumCatalonia declares independence from Spain,[56] but the Catalan Republic is not recognised by the Spanish government or any other sovereign nation.[57]

November[edit]

·       November 2 – A new species of orangutan is identified in Indonesia, becoming the third known species of orangutan as well as the first great ape to be described for almost a century.[58]

·       November 3 – Syrian Civil War: both Deir ez-Zor in Syria and Al-Qa'im in Iraq are declared liberated from ISIL on the same day.[59]

·       November 5 – The German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung publishes 13.4 million documents leaked from the offshore law firm Appleby, along with business registries in 19 tax jurisdictions that reveal offshore financial activities on behalf of politicians, celebrities, corporate giants and business leaders. The newspaper shared the documents with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and asked it to lead the investigation.[60]

·       November 12 – A magnitude 7.3 earthquake strikes the border region between Iraq and Iran leaving at least 530 dead and over 70,000 homeless.[61]

·       November 15

·       Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is placed under house arrest, as the military take control of the country.[62] He resigns six days later, after 37 years of rule.[63]

·       Leonardo da Vinci painting, Salvator Mundi, sells for US$450 million at Christie's in New York, a new record price for any work of art.[64]

·       The Argentinian submarine ARA San Juan suddenly vanished with 44 crew members on board whilst on a routine patrol in the South Atlantic. It would be found one year later wrecked 900 meters below the Atlantic Ocean[65]

·       November 20 – Nature publishes an article recognising the high-velocity asteroid ʻOumuamua as originating from outside the Solar System, i.e. the first known interstellar object.

·       November 22 – The International Court of Justice finds Ratko Mladić guilty of genocide committed in Srebrenica during the 1990s Bosnian War, the worst massacre in Europe since World War II. He is sentenced to life in prison.[66]

·       November 24 – A mosque attack in Sinai, Egypt kills 305 worshippers and leaves hundreds more wounded.[67]

December[edit]

·       December 5 – Russia is banned from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang by the International Olympic Committee, following an investigation into state-sponsored doping.[68]

·       December 6 – The United States officially recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital.[69]

·       December 9 – The Iraqi military announces that it has "fully liberated" all of Iraq's territory from "ISIS terrorist gangs" and retaken full control of the Iraqi-Syrian border.[70]

·       December 14 – The Walt Disney Company announces that it will acquire most of 21st Century Fox, including the 20th Century Fox film studio, for $66 billion.[71]

·       December 22 – The UN Security Council votes 15–0 in favor of additional sanctions on North Korea, including measures to slash the country's petroleum imports by up to 90%.[72][73]

·       December 24 – Guatemala follows in the footsteps of the United States by announcing that they will also move their Israeli embassy to Jerusalem, followed by Honduras and Panama two days later.[74]

Births[edit]

·       August 31 – Prince Gabriel, Duke of Dalarna

Deaths[edit]

Main article: Deaths in 2017

Further information: Category:2017 deaths

January[edit]

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Om Puri

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Mário Soares

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Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani

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Roman Herzog

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Jimmy Snuka

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John Hurt

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Mary Tyler Moore

·       January 1

·       Sir Tony Atkinson, British economist (b. 1944)

·       Hilarion Capucci, Syrian bishop (b. 1922)

·       Derek Parfit, British philosopher (b. 1942)

·       January 2

·       John Berger, British art critic, novelist and painter (b. 1926)

·       Viktor Tsaryov, Russian footballer (b. 1931)

·       January 3 – Igor Volk, Ukrainian-born Russian cosmonaut (b. 1937)

·       January 4

·       Heinz Billing, German physicist and computer scientist (b. 1914)

·       Ezio Pascutti, Italian footballer (b. 1937)

·       Georges Prętre, French conductor (b. 1924)

·       Milt Schmidt, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1918)

·       January 6

·       Octavio Lepage, Venezuelan politician, former Acting President of Venezuela (b. 1923)

·       Om Puri, Indian actor (b. 1950)

·       January 7

·       Nat Hentoff, American music critic and political commentator (b. 1925)

·       Mário Soares, 17th President and 105th Prime Minister of Portugal (b. 1924)

·       January 8

·       Nicolai Gedda, Swedish operatic tenor (b. 1925)

·       James Mancham, 1st President of Seychelles (b. 1939)

·       Ruth Perry, Liberian politician, former Chairwoman of the Council of State (b. 1939)

·       Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, 4th President of Iran (b. 1934)

·       January 9

·       Zygmunt Bauman, Polish-British sociologist (b. 1925)

·       Roberto Cabańas, Paraguayan footballer (b. 1961)

·       January 10

·       Roman Herzog, President of Germany (b. 1934)

·       Clare Hollingworth, English journalist and author (b. 1911)

·       Oliver Smithies, British-American Nobel geneticist (b. 1925)

·       Kenny Wharram, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1933)

·       January 11

·       Katherine Fryer, English artist (b. 1910)

·       François Van der Elst, Belgian footballer (b. 1954)

·       January 12

·       Giulio Angioni, Italian writer and anthropologist (b. 1939)

·       William Peter Blatty, American writer and film director (b. 1928)

·       Graham Taylor, English footballer and manager (b. 1944)

·       January 13

·       Gilberto Agustoni, Swiss cardinal (b. 1922)

·       Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, British photographer (b. 1930)

·       January 14 – Zhou Youguang, Chinese linguist (b. 1906)

·       January 15 – Jimmy Snuka, Fijian-born American professional wrestler (b. 1943)

·       January 16 – Eugene Cernan, American astronaut (b. 1934)

·       January 18

·       Peter Abrahams, South African-born Jamaican writer (b. 1919)

·       Obed Dlamini, 6th Prime Minister of Swaziland (b. 1937)

·       January 19 – Miguel Ferrer, American actor (b. 1955)

·       January 20 – Carlos Alberto Silva, Brazilian football manager (b. 1939)

·       January 21 – Veljo Tormis, Estonian composer (b. 1930)

·       January 22 – Jaki Liebezeit, German drummer (b. 1938)

·       January 23

·       Dmytro Grabovskyy, Ukrainian cyclist (b. 1985)

·       Gorden Kaye, English comic actor (b. 1941)

·       January 25

·       Sir John Hurt, British actor (b. 1940)

·       Mary Tyler Moore, American actress, dancer, and television producer (b. 1936)

·       January 26

·       Mike Connors, American actor (b. 1925)

·       Barbara Hale, American actress (b. 1922)

·       January 27 – Emmanuelle Riva, French actress (b. 1927)

·       January 28 – Geoff Nicholls, British keyboardist (b. 1944)

·       January 31 – John Wetton, British musician (b. 1949)

February[edit]

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Hans Rosling

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Al Jarreau

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Mildred Dresselhaus

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Kenneth Arrow

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Bill Paxton

·       February 1 – Étienne Tshisekedi, 18th Prime Minister of Zaire (b. 1932)

·       February 2

·       Predrag Matvejević, Bosnian Croat writer and scholar (b. 1932)

·       Shunichiro Okano, Japanese football player and manager (b. 1931)

·       February 3

·       Dritëro Agolli, Albanian poet, writer and politician (b. 1931)

·       Marisa Letícia Lula da Silva, former First Lady of Brazil (b. 1950)

·       February 6

·       Alec McCowen, English actor (b. 1925)

·       Raymond Smullyan, American mathematician (b. 1919)

·       Roger Walkowiak, French road racing cyclist (b. 1927)

·       Joost van der Westhuizen, South African rugby union player (b. 1971)

·       February 7

·       Svend Asmussen, Danish jazz violinist (b. 1916)

·       Sotsha Dlamini, 5th Prime Minister of Swaziland (b. 1940)

·       Smail Hamdani, 11th Prime Minister of Algeria (b. 1930)

·       Richard Hatch, American actor, writer, and producer (b. 1945)

·       Hans Rosling, Swedish medical doctor, academic, statistician, and public speaker (b. 1948)

·       Tzvetan Todorov, Bulgarian-French philosopher and literary critic (b. 1939)

·       February 8

·       Viktor Chanov, Ukrainian footballer (b. 1959)

·       Peter Mansfield, British Nobel physicist (b. 1933)

·       Rina Matsuno, Japanese singer, model, and actress (b. 1998)

·       Steve Sumner, English-born New Zealand footballer (b. 1955)

·       February 9 – Piet Keizer, Dutch footballer (b. 1943)

·       February 10 – Hal Moore, American lieutenant general and author (b. 1922)

·       February 11

·       Fab Melo, Brazilian basketball player (b. 1990)

·       Jiro Taniguchi, Japanese manga artist (b. 1947)

·       February 12

·       Al Jarreau, American singer (b. 1940)

·       Anna Marguerite McCann, first female American underwater archaeologist (b. 1933)

·       February 13

·       Kim Jong-nam, half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (b. 1971)

·       Seijun Suzuki, Japanese film director and screenwriter (b. 1923)

·       February 16

·       Dick Bruna, Dutch writer, illustrator, and graphic designer (b. 1927)

·       Bengt Gustavsson, Swedish footballer and manager (b. 1928)

·       February 17 – Tom Regan, American philosopher (b. 1938)

·       February 18

·       Omar Abdel-Rahman, Egyptian convicted terrorist (b. 1938)

·       Ivan Koloff, Canadian professional wrestler (b. 1942)

·       Michael Ogio, Papua New Guinean politician (b. 1942)

·       Nadezhda Olizarenko, Russian-born Ukrainian Olympic track athlete (b. 1953)

·       February 19

·       Halaevalu Mataʻaho ʻAhomeʻe, Queen Consort of Tonga (b. 1926)

·       Larry Coryell, American jazz guitarist (b. 1943)

·       Igor Shafarevich, Ukrainian-born Russian mathematician (b. 1923)

·       Danuta Szaflarska, Polish screen and stage actress (b. 1915)

·       February 20

·       Vitaly Churkin, Russian diplomat (b. 1952)

·       Mildred Dresselhaus, American physicist and educator (b. 1930)

·       February 21

·       Kenneth Arrow, American Nobel Prize-winning economist (b. 1921)

·       Desmond Connell, Irish cardinal (b. 1926)

·       February 25

·       Bill Paxton, American actor (b. 1955)

·       Jack Pope, American judge, attorney and author (b. 1913)

·       February 26

·       Ludvig Faddeev, Russian theoretical physicist and mathematician (b. 1934)

·       Eugene Garfield, American linguist (b. 1925)

·       February 27 – Carlos Humberto Romero, 37th President of El Salvador (b. 1924)

·       February 28 – Vladimir Petrov, Russian ice hockey player (b. 1947)

March[edit]

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Derek Walcott

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Chuck Berry

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David Rockefeller

·       March 1 – Paula Fox, American writer (b. 1923)

·       March 3

·       Raymond Kopa, French footballer (b. 1931)

·       René Préval, 2nd Prime Minister and 38th and 40th President of Haiti (b. 1943)

·       March 5

·       Florence S. Jacobsen, American Mormon leader (b. 1913)

·       Kurt Moll, German operatic bass (b. 1938)

·       March 7 – Hans Georg Dehmelt, German-American Nobel Prize-winning physicist (b. 1922)

·       March 8

·       Li Yuan-tsu, Taiwanese politician (b. 1923)

·       George Andrew Olah, Hungarian-American Nobel chemist (b. 1927)

·       Joseph Nicolosi, American clinical psychologist (b. 1947)

·       March 9 – Howard Hodgkin, British painter and printmaker (b. 1932)

·       March 10

·       Aníbal Ruiz, Uruguayan football coach (b. 1942)

·       John Surtees, British motorcycle racer and driver (b. 1934)

·       Robert James Waller, American author (b. 1939)

·       March 12 – Patrick Nčve, Belgian racing driver (b. 1949)

·       March 13 – Richard, 6th Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (b. 1934)

·       March 16

·       James Cotton, American musician (b. 1935)

·       Torgny Lindgren, Swedish writer (b. 1938)

·       March 17

·       Laurynas Stankevičius, 7th Prime Minister of Lithuania (b. 1935)

·       Derek Walcott, Saint Lucian Nobel poet and playwright (b. 1930)

·       March 18

·       Chuck Berry, American singer and musician (b. 1926)

·       Miloslav Vlk, Czech cardinal (b. 1932)

·       March 19 – Roger Pingeon, French road racing cyclist (b. 1940)

·       March 20 – David Rockefeller, American banker and philanthropist (b. 1915)

·       March 21

·       Chuck Barris, American game show host (b. 1929)

·       Colin Dexter, English author (b. 1930)

·       Henri Emmanuelli, French politician (b. 1945)

·       Martin McGuinness, Irish republican paramilitary and politician (b. 1950)

·       March 22 – Tomas Milian, Cuban-born American-Italian actor (b. 1933)

·       March 23

·       Lola Albright, American actress (b. 1924)

·       William H. Keeler, American cardinal (b. 1931)

·       March 25 – Cuthbert Sebastian, Kittitian politician (b. 1921)

·       March 27 – David Storey, English writer (b. 1933)

·       March 28 – Christine Kaufmann, Austrian-born German actress (b. 1945)

·       March 29 – Alexei Alexeyevich Abrikosov, Russian-American Nobel theoretical physicist (b. 1928)

·       March 31 – James Rosenquist, American artist (b. 1933)

April[edit]

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Don Rickles

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Carme Chacón

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Jonathan Demme

·       April 1

·       Gösta Ekman, Swedish actor (b. 1939)

·       Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Russian poet (b. 1933)

·       April 4

·       Giovanni Sartori, Italian political scientist (b. 1924)

·       Karl Stotz, Austrian footballer and manager (b. 1927)

·       April 5 – Arthur Bisguier, American chess Grandmaster (b. 1929)

·       April 6 – Don Rickles, American stand-up comedian and actor (b. 1926)

·       April 7 – Tim Pigott-Smith, English actor and author (b. 1946)

·       April 8 – Georgy Grechko, Russian cosmonaut (b. 1931)

·       April 9 – Carme Chacón, Spanish politician (b. 1971)

·       April 11 – Michael Ballhaus, German cinematographer (b. 1935)

·       April 12 – Charlie Murphy, American actor and comedian (b. 1959)

·       April 13 – Dan Rooney, American sports team owner (b. 1932)

·       April 15

·       Allan Holdsworth, British guitarist and composer (b. 1946)

·       Clifton James, American actor (b. 1920)

·       Emma Morano, Italian supercentenarian (b. 1899)

·       April 20

·       Magdalena Abakanowicz, Polish sculptor (b. 1930)

·       Roberto Ferreiro, Argentine football player and manager (b. 1935)

·       Germaine Mason, Jamaican-British Olympic high jumper (b. 1983)

·       April 21 – Ugo Ehiogu, English footballer and coach (b. 1972)

·       April 22

·       Erin Moran, American actress (b. 1960)

·       Hubert Dreyfus, American philosopher (b. 1929)

·       Attilio Nicora, Italian cardinal (b. 1937)

·       April 23

·       Imre Földi, Hungarian Olympic weightlifter (b. 1938)

·       Luis Pércovich Roca, 118th Prime Minister of Peru (b. 1931)

·       František Rajtoral, Czech footballer (b. 1986)

·       April 24 – Robert M. Pirsig, American writer and philosopher (b. 1928)

·       April 26 – Jonathan Demme, American film director (b. 1944)

·       April 28 – Vito Acconci, American artist and architectural designer (b. 1940)

·       April 30

·       Ueli Steck, Swiss rock climber and mountaineer (b. 1976)

May[edit]

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Mauno Koivisto

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Chris Cornell

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Roger Moore

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Zbigniew Brzezinski

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Konstantinos Mitsotakis

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Manuel Noriega

·       May 1 – Karel Schoeman, South African novelist (b. 1939)

·       May 2 – Heinz Kessler, German politician and military officer (b. 1920)

·       May 3 – Daliah Lavi, Israeli actress, singer and model (b. 1942)

·       May 4

·       William Baumol, American economist (b. 1922)

·       Timo Mäkinen, Finnish racing driver (b. 1938)

·       May 5

·       Adolph Kiefer, American Olympic swimmer (b. 1918)

·       Ely Ould Mohamed Vall, 6th President of Mauritania (b. 1953)

·       May 6 – Steven Holcomb, American Olympic bobsledder (b. 1980)

·       May 9

·       Robert Miles, Swiss-Italian electronic musician and record producer (b. 1969)

·       Michael Parks, American actor (b. 1940)

·       Qian Qichen, Chinese diplomat and politician (b. 1928)

·       May 12

·       Mauno Koivisto, 32nd Prime Minister and 9th President of Finland (b. 1923)

·       Amotz Zahavi, Israeli evolutionary biologist (b. 1928)

·       May 14

·       Powers Boothe, American actor (b. 1948)

·       Jean Fritz, American children's writer (b. 1915)

·       May 15 – Karl-Otto Apel, German philosopher (b. 1922)

·       May 17

·       Viktor Gorbatko, Russian cosmonaut (b. 1934)

·       Rhodri Morgan, Welsh politician (b. 1939)

·       Todor Veselinović, Serbian footballer and coach (b. 1930)

·       May 18 – Chris Cornell, American singer (b. 1964)

·       May 19 – Stanislav Petrov, Soviet Air Force officer (b. 1939)

·       May 22

·       Nicky Hayden, American motorcycle racer (b. 1981)

·       Viktor Kupreichik, Belarusian chess Grandmaster (b. 1949)

·       Dina Merrill, American actress, heiress, socialite, businesswoman, and philanthropist (b. 1923)

·       May 23

·       Alexander Burdonsky, Russian theater director (b. 1941)[importance?]

·       Roger Moore, English actor (b. 1927)

·       May 24

·       Denis Johnson, American author (b. 1949)

·       Juliana Young Koo, Chinese-American diplomat and supercentenarian (b. 1905)

·       May 26

·       Zbigniew Brzezinski, Polish-American diplomat and political scientist (b. 1928)

·       Jim Bunning, American baseball player and politician (b. 1931)

·       May 27 – Gregg Allman, American musician (b. 1947)

·       May 29

·       Konstantinos Mitsotakis, 76th Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1918)

·       Manuel Noriega, Panamanian dictator (b. 1934)

·       May 31

·       Jiří Bělohlávek, Czech conductor (b. 1946)

·       Lubomyr Husar, Ukrainian archbishop and cardinal (b. 1933)

·       István Szondy, Hungarian modern pentathlete (b. 1925)

June[edit]

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Sandra Reemer

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Adam West

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Helmut Kohl

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Quett Masire

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Simone Veil

·       June 1

·       Roy Barraclough, English actor (b. 1935)

·       Tankred Dorst, German playwright (b. 1925)

·       Alois Mock, Austrian politician (b. 1934)

·       June 2

·       Peter Sallis, English actor (b. 1921)

·       Jeffrey Tate, English conductor (b. 1943)

·       June 4 – Juan Goytisolo, Spanish writer (b. 1931)

·       June 5

·       Cheick Tioté, Ivorian footballer (b. 1986)

·       Jack Trout, American marketer (b. 1935)

·       June 6

·       Adnan Khashoggi, Saudi businessman and arms dealer (b. 1935)

·       Sandra Reemer, Dutch singer (b. 1950)

·       June 7 – Irene Brown, British author and codebreaker (b. 1919)

·       June 8

·       Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann, Nicaraguan diplomat, politician and priest (b. 1933)

·       Glenne Headly, American actress (b. 1955)

·       Sam Panopoulos, Canadian cook (b. 1934)

·       June 9 – Adam West, American actor (b. 1928)

·       June 10 – Julia Perez, Indonesian actress and singer (b. 1980)

·       June 12 – Charles P. Thacker, American computer designer (b. 1943)

·       June 13

·       Anita Pallenberg, Italian actress (b. 1942)

·       Ulf Stark, Swedish author (b. 1944)

·       June 14 – Ernestina Herrera de Noble, Argentine publisher and executive (b. 1925)

·       June 15 – Aleksey Batalov, Russian actor (b. 1928)

·       June 16

·       John G. Avildsen, American film director (b. 1935)

·       Stephen Furst, American actor (b. 1954)

·       Helmut Kohl, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany (b. 1930)

·       June 17 – Baldwin Lonsdale, President of Vanuatu (b. 1948)

·       June 19

·       Ivan Dias, Indian cardinal (b. 1936)

·       Zoltan Sarosy, Hungarian-born Canadian chess master (b. 1906)

·       June 20 – Prodigy, American rapper (b. 1974)

·       June 22 – Quett Masire, 2nd President of Botswana (b. 1925)

·       June 23 – Stefano Rodotŕ, Italian jurist and politician (b. 1933)

·       June 25 – José Manuel Mourinho Félix, Portuguese footballer and manager (b. 1938)

·       June 26 – Habib Thiam, Prime Minister of Senegal (b. 1933)

·       June 27

·       Peter L. Berger, Austrian-born American sociologist (b. 1929)

·       Michael Bond, English author (b. 1926)

·       Valentín Pimstein, Chilean-Mexican television producer of telenovelas (b. 1925)

·       Michael Nyqvist, Swedish actor (b. 1960)

·       June 30

·       Darrall Imhoff, American basketball player (b. 1938)

·       Barry Norman, British film critic (b. 1933)

·       Simone Veil, French lawyer and politician (b. 1927)

July[edit]

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Elsa Martinelli

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Maryam Mirzakhani

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Martin Landau

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George Romero

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Chester Bennington

·       July 1 – Stevie Ryan, American YouTube personality, actress and comedian (b. 1984)

·       July 3 – Paolo Villaggio, Italian writer and actor (b. 1932)

·       July 4 – Daniil Granin, Soviet and Russian author (b. 1919)

·       July 5

·       Pierre Henry, French composer (b. 1927)

·       Joachim Meisner, German cardinal (b. 1933)

·       Joaquín Navarro-Valls, Spanish-Vatican academic, journalist and physician (b. 1936)

·       July 8

·       Nelsan Ellis, American actor (b. 1977)

·       Elsa Martinelli, Italian actress and fashion model (b. 1935)

·       July 9 – Ilya Glazunov, Russian painter (b. 1930)

·       July 10 – Peter Härtling, German writer and poet (b. 1933)

·       July 13

·       Charles Bachman, American computer scientist (b. 1924)

·       Liu Xiaobo, Chinese human rights activist and Nobel laureate (b. 1955)

·       July 14

·       Anne Golon, French author (b. 1921)

·       Julia Hartwig, Polish writer and translator (b. 1921)

·       Maryam Mirzakhani, Iranian mathematician (b. 1977)

·       Pedro Richter Prada, 115th Prime Minister of Peru (b. 1921)

·       July 15 – Martin Landau, American actor (b. 1928)

·       July 16 – George A. Romero, American-Canadian film director (b. 1940)

·       July 18

·       Max Gallo, French writer, historian, and politician (b. 1932)

·       Mary Florence MacDonald, Canadian artist and curator (b. 1984)

·       July 20

·       Chester Bennington, American musician (b. 1976)

·       Claude Rich, French stage and screen actor (b. 1929)

·       July 21

·       John Heard, American actor (b. 1946)

·       Nikolay Kamenskiy, Russian ski jumper (b. 1931)

·       Hrvoje Šarinić, 4th Prime Minister of Croatia (b. 1935)

·       July 23

·       John Kundla, American basketball coach (b. 1916)

·       Waldir Peres, Brazilian footballer (b. 1951)

·       Mervyn Rose, Australian tennis player (b. 1930)

·       July 25

·       Michael Johnson, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (b. 1944)

·       Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, Indigenous Australian musician (b. 1971)

·       July 26

·       June Foray, American voice actress (b. 1917)

·       Leo Kinnunen, Finnish racing driver (b. 1943)

·       July 27 – Sam Shepard, American playwright and actor (b. 1943)

·       July 29 – Redha Malek, 8th Prime Minister of Algeria (b. 1931)

·       July 30 – Anton Vratuša, 8th Prime Minister of Slovenia (b. 1915)

·       July 31

·       Jérôme Golmard, French tennis player (b. 1973)

·       Jeanne Moreau, French actress (b. 1928)

August[edit]

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Nicole Bricq

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Glen Campbell

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Brian Aldiss

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Jerry Lewis

·       August 2 – Jim Marrs, American journalist (b. 1943)

·       August 3

·       Ty Hardin, American actor (b. 1930)

·       Robert Hardy, English actor (b. 1925)

·       Ángel Nieto, Spanish Grand Prix motorcycle racer (b. 1947)

·       August 5 – Dionigi Tettamanzi, Italian cardinal (b. 1934)

·       August 6

·       Nicole Bricq, French politician (b. 1947)

·       Betty Cuthbert, Australian athlete (b. 1938)

·       Ernst Zündel, German publisher and pamphleteer (b. 1939)

·       August 8 – Glen Campbell, American singer and actor (b. 1936)

·       August 10 – Ruth Pfau, German-Pakistani nun and physician (b. 1929)

·       August 15

·       Gunnar Birkerts, Latvian-born American architect (b. 1925)

·       Diane Pearson, British book editor and novelist (b. 1931)

·       August 17 – Sonny Landham, American actor (b. 1941)

·       August 18 – Bruce Forsyth, British actor and game show host (b. 1928)

·       August 19

·       Brian Aldiss, British science fiction writer and editor (b. 1925)

·       Dick Gregory, American comedian and activist (b. 1932)

·       August 20

·       Margot Hielscher, German singer and film actress (b. 1919)

·       Jerry Lewis, American actor and comedian (b. 1926)

·       Colin Meads, New Zealand rugby player (b. 1936)

·       August 21

·       Réjean Ducharme, Canadian novelist and playwright (b. 1941)

·       Bajram Rexhepi, 1st Prime Minister of Kosovo (b. 1954)

·       August 22

·       John Abercrombie, American jazz guitarist (b. 1944)

·       Tony deBrum, Marshallese politician and climate change activist (b. 1945)

·       Mario Milita, Italian actor and voice actor (b. 1923)

·       August 24 – Jay Thomas, American actor (b. 1948)

·       August 26

·       Tobe Hooper, American film director (b. 1943)

·       Josef Musil, Czech volleyball player (b. 1932)

·       August 27 – Helli Stehle, Swiss actress and radio presenter (b. 1907)

·       August 28

·       Mireille Darc, French model and actress (b. 1938)

·       Tsutomu Hata, 51st Prime Minister of Japan (b. 1935)

·       August 30

·       Marjorie Boulton, British author and poet (b. 1924)

·       Louise Hay, American author (b. 1926)

·       Károly Makk, Hungarian film director and screenwriter (b. 1925)

·       August 31 – Richard Anderson, American actor (b. 1926)

September[edit]

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Nicolaas Bloembergen

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Abdul Halim

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María Cristina Arango Vega

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Jake LaMotta

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Hugh Hefner

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Ludmila Belousova

·       September 1 – Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, British cardinal (b. 1932)

·       September 3

·       John Ashbery, American poet (b. 1927)

·       Walter Becker, American musician (b. 1950)

·       September 5

·       Nicolaas Bloembergen, Dutch-American Nobel physicist (b. 1920)

·       Holger Czukay, German musician (b. 1938)

·       September 6

·       Carlo Caffarra, Italian cardinal (b. 1938)

·       Kate Millett, American feminist writer (b. 1934)

·       Lotfi A. Zadeh, Azerbaijani-born American mathematician (b. 1921)

·       September 7 – Türkân Akyol, Turkish politician (b. 1928)

·       September 8

·       Pierre Bergé, French businessman (b. 1930)

·       Blake Heron, American actor (b. 1982)

·       Jerry Pournelle, American author and journalist (b. 1933)

·       Ljubiša Samardžić, Serbian actor and director (b. 1936)

·       Don Williams, American musician (b. 1939)

·       September 9 – Velasio de Paolis, Italian cardinal (b. 1935)

·       September 10

·       Hans Alfredson, Swedish actor (b. 1931)

·       Len Wein, American comic book writer (b. 1948)

·       September 11

·       Tuanku Abdul Halim, Malaysian sultan, 5th & 14th Yang di-Pertuan Agong (b. 1927)

·       J. P. Donleavy, Irish-American author (b. 1926)

·       Peter Hall, British film director (b. 1930)

·       September 13 – Frank Vincent, American actor (b. 1937)

·       September 14 – Ata Kandó, Hungarian-born Dutch photographer (b. 1913)

·       September 15

·       María Cristina Arango Vega, First Lady of Colombia (b. 1928)

·       Violet Brown, Jamaican supercentenarian (b. 1900)

·       Harry Dean Stanton, American actor (b. 1926)

·       September 16 – Arjan Singh, Indian diplomat (b. 1919)

·       September 17

·       Bobby Heenan, American professional wrestling manager (b. 1944)

·       Lucy Ozarin, United States Navy psychiatrist (b. 1914)

·       September 19

·       Jake LaMotta, American boxer (b. 1922)

·       Massimo Natili, Italian racing driver (b. 1935)

·       John Nicholson, New Zealand racing driver (b. 1941)

·       September 20 – William J. Ely, American lieutenant general (b. 1911)

·       September 21 – Liliane Bettencourt, French businesswoman (b. 1922)

·       September 22 – Paavo Lonkila, Finnish cross-country skier (b. 1923)

·       September 24 – Gisčle Casadesus, French actress (b. 1914)

·       September 25

·       Liz Dawn, English actress (b. 1939)

·       Bobby Knutt, English actor and comedian (b. 1945)

·       September 26 – Barry Dennen, American actor (b. 1938)

·       September 27

·       Hugh Hefner, American magazine publisher (b. 1926)

·       Anne Jeffreys, American actress and singer (b. 1923)

·       September 29

·       Tom Alter, Indian actor (b. 1950)

·       Ludmila Belousova, Russian pair skater (b. 1935)

·       September 30

·       Monty Hall, Canadian-American television host (b. 1921)

·       Vladimir Voevodsky, Russian-American mathematician (b. 1966)

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Tom Petty

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Jean Rochefort

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Albert Zafy

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Fats Domino

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Ninian Stephen

·       October 1 – Arthur Janov, American psychologist (b. 1924)

·       October 2

·       Klaus Huber, Swiss composer and academic (b. 1924)

·       Tom Petty, American musician (b. 1950)

·       October 3

·       Michel Jouvet, French neurobiologist (b. 1925)

·       Jalal Talabani, Prime Minister and President of Iraq (b. 1933)

·       October 4 – Liam Cosgrave, 6th Taoiseach of Ireland (b. 1920)

·       October 5

·       Eberhard van der Laan, Mayor of Amsterdam (b. 1955)

·       Anne Wiazemsky, French actress and writer (b. 1947)

·       October 6 – Roberto Anzolin, Italian footballer (b. 1938)

·       October 7 – Vyacheslav Ivanov, Russian philologist and semiotician (b. 1929)

·       October 9

·       Armando Calderón Sol, 41st President of El Salvador (b. 1948)

·       Jean Rochefort, French actor (b. 1930)

·       József Tóth, Hungarian footballer (b. 1929)

·       October 11 – Clifford Husbands, 6th Governor-General of Barbados (b. 1926)

·       October 13

·       William Lombardy, American chess grandmaster (b. 1937)

·       Albert Zafy, 3rd President of Madagascar (b. 1927)

·       October 14 – Richard Wilbur, American poet (b. 1921)

·       October 15 – Choirul Huda, Indonesian footballer (b. 1979)

·       October 16

·       Roy Dotrice, British actor (b. 1923)

·       Daphne Caruana Galizia, Maltese journalist (b. 1964)

·       October 17

·       Danielle Darrieux, French actress and singer (b. 1917)