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Old 02-11-2018, 06:58 AM   #7731
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Old 02-11-2018, 11:48 AM   #7732
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"Directors who worked with Jóhann Jóhannsson are mourning the loss of the Icelandic composer, who died of unknown causes on February 9. The recipient of back-to-back Oscar nominations in 2015 (“The Theory of Everything,” for which he won a Golden Globe) and 2016 (“Sicario”), Jóhannsson was 48 years old."

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Old 02-11-2018, 11:00 PM   #7733
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Default Pakistani human rights champion dies

Prominent Pakistani human rights activist and lawyer Asma Jahangir has died at the age of 66. She reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest and was taken to hospital, where she later died. The pro-democracy activist championed women's rights throughout her career. She was imprisoned in 1983 and put under house arrest in 2007. Five years ago, leaked documents suggested that some intelligence officers had planned to kill her. Ms Jahangir called for an inquiry at the time, demanding the government "find the forces who wanted to silence" her. More recently she spoke out against BBC Persian journalists being put on trial in Iran, as part of her role as UN special rapporteur on human rights in Iran. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi led tributes to Ms Jahangir, saying her death was a great loss for the legal fraternity, and praying for her and her family. Punjab state chief Shehbaz Sharif tweeted that he was "deeply saddened" at the news. Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai called Ms Jahangir a "saviour of democracy and human rights". Amnesty International's South Asia director Omar Waraich said Ms Jahangir had "never wavered". Raza Ahmad Rumi of the Pakistan Daily Times called her a hero. Another prominent Pakistani lawyer, Salman Akram Raja, tweeted that Ms Jahangir was "the bravest human being I ever knew" and that the world was "less" without her. In her career, Ms Jahangir was a staunch defender of human rights and women's rights, and a pro-democracy activist, and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. She worked closely with her sister Hina Jilani on many of her endeavours. In 2014 Ms Jahangir told AFP news agency she had seen changes in the perception of human rights in Pakistan. "There was a time that human rights was not even an issue in this country," she said. "Then prisoners' rights became an issue." "Women's rights was thought of as a Western concept. Now people do talk about women's rights."
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Old 02-12-2018, 06:28 PM   #7734
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Default Vic Damone, renowned American crooner, dies aged 89

The popular singer and actor was known for hits including You’re Breaking My Heart, On the Street Where You Live and An Affair to Remember from the 1957 movie of the same title, starring Cary Grant. Frank Sinatra once said Damone had “the greatest pipes in the business”.

Damone died on 11 February from complications of a respiratory illness. He had been living in a retirement home with his fifth wife, who died in November 2016.

As well as his singing career, Damone was also in a number of films. He played himself in 1951 Mickey Rooney vehicle The Strip and went on to act in other films in the same decade, including Rich, Young and Pretty, Athena and Deep in My Heart, alongside José Ferrer.

Throughout the 1960s, he also made frequent TV appearances, guesting on The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Judy Garland Show. The decade also saw him reach the top of the charts with You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling In Love).

In the 70s, he toured Las Vegas casinos and turned down a role in The Godfather because of concerns over a lack of screen time, and – according to Francis Ford Coppola – a fear of upsetting Sinatra and the mob.

His final album was released in 2002 and he gave his final performance in 2011. He was a close personal friend of Donald Trump and met his last wife at the Mar-a-Lago resort. He reportedly received a call from the president in the days before his death.

He is survived by six grandchildren.
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Old 02-12-2018, 09:43 PM   #7735
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Country singer Daryle Singletary dead at 46

Singletary, known for such hits as 'Too Much Fun' and 'I Let Her Lie,' died Monday morning at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee.

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Sir Nicholas Shehadie, 92.

Nick Shehadie played 30 Tests for the Wallabies between 1947-58, three as Captain.

He is one of only two Wallabies to be knighted.

Nick served as Lord Mayor of Sydney 1973-75, was a Trustee of the SCG, Patron of Randwick Rugby Club, committee Member of the Sydney Turf Club, Chairman of SBS and President of the ARU.

He was joint chairman on the inaugural Rugby World Cup committee for the 1987 tournament. Nick was inducted into the IRB Hall of Fame in 2011.

Nick's wife, Marie Bashir, was Governor of New South Wales 2001-2014.

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Marty Allen, comedian and game show regular, dies at 95

The beloved comic, who formed one half of the hit duo Allen & Rossi, died Monday night in Las Vegas of complications from pneumonia.

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Default Denmark's prince who wanted to be king dies

Prince Henrik of Denmark, the husband of Queen Margrethe who was famous for his public unhappiness at never being named king, has died at the age of 83. The French-born prince had returned to Fredensborg Castle, north of Copenhagen, after being in hospital with an infection. The prince was a controversial figure and his flamboyant style was both loved and criticised by Danes. In 2017, he announced that he did not want to be buried next to his wife. He was frustrated that she had never acknowledged him as her equal. The queen, 77, is said to have accepted her husband's decision, which broke a 459-year-old tradition.

The prince died "peacefully in his sleep" at the castle with Queen Margrethe and their two sons were at his side, the Royal House announced. He had been diagnosed with dementia last year and had recently had a lung infection. Prince Henrik was born Henri Marie Jean André de Laborde de Monpezat in 1934, and married the then-crown princess Margrethe in 1967.

She became queen in 1972 and over the years Prince Henrik made no secret that he was unhappy at never having his royal role changed. Many Danes disliked him for that, seeing it as a sign of an arrogant man hungry for recognition. But in recent years, many youngsters thought his manner represented a break from the norms of cultural uniformity in Danish society. In 2016, he retired from official duties, renouncing the title of Prince Consort. In the time since, he was often in France at his private vineyard.

He spoke with a thick French accent and was known for his love of food, wine and poetry. Prince Henrik and Queen Margrethe have two sons - Crown Prince Frederick and Prince Joachim. Crown Prince Frederick returned from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea last week to be with his ailing father.
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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has died in South Africa, a senior official in his MDC party has said. Mr Tsvangirai, 65, a former prime minister, had reportedly been suffering from colon cancer. "He died this evening. The family communicated this to me," MDC vice president Elias Mudzuri told Reuters. Mr Tsvangirai's career was marked by a long political struggle against former President Robert Mugabe. He had been beaten and imprisoned numerous times. Announcing Mr Tsvangirai's death, Mr Mudzuri said on Twitter that the MDC had "lost our icon and fighter for democracy". Mr Tsvangirai founded the MDC (Movement for Democratic Change) in 2000, repeatedly challenging Mr Mugabe during the ex-president's long grip on power. • Obituary: Morgan Tsvangirai In the 2008 election, Mr Tsvangirai gained the most votes in the first round but not enough to win outright. Before the second round of voting, Mr Mugabe's security forces carried out a campaign of violence against opposition supporters, and Mr Tsvangirai withdrew. Mr Mugabe was declared the winner, but an international outcry over allegations of violence and vote-rigging led to a power sharing agreement in which Mr Tsvangirai would serve as prime minister. Mr Tsvangirai ran against Mr Mugabe again in 2013 but lost by a landslide. The MDC is said to be divided over who should lead it into elections later this year against the governing Zanu-PF party, led by Mr Mugabe's successor, Emmerson Mnangagwa.
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Remember all those leftie comedians who couldn't go five minutes without mentioning South Africa during Apartheid. How many of them were silent when the Mugabe regime was strangling Zimbabwe. Morgan Tsvangirai risked death to stand against Mugabe, a criminal who escaped the justice he deserved.
R.I.P Mr. Tsvangirai.
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