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Channel 4 News presenter Cathy Newman

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Bob Simon dead: US news 'legend' and CBS 60 Minutes star killed in car crash

Simon covered events from the Vietnam War to last month's Oscar-nominated movie Selma

Jerry Tarkanian watches his granddaughter Dannielle Diamant playing basketball

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His designs originated from the sights of Hiroshima's devastation after dropping of the atomic bomb in 1945.

Scott, right, with Dorothy Lamour, gives a birthday hug to the head of Paramount, Adolph Zukor, at an industry dinner in 1953

Lizabeth Scott: 'The Queen of Film Noir' who played the femme fatale opposite Bogart, Mitchum, Douglas, Lancaster and Powell

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Lord Gavron of Highgate: Printing tycoon with keen sense of social justice whose support for Labour was rewarded with a peerage

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Zahra Schreiber: WWE star Seth Rollins posts apology on Twitter for leaking nude photos

His fiancée retaliated by tweeted some less than flattering naked images of him

Bowing out: Robin Williams was remembered at the SAG awards last month

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James: he was revered for his honesty and integrity

Roger James: Documentary maker whose editing talents helped him become an acclaimed producer and television executive

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Former Associated Press sports writer Dave Goldberg.

Dave Goldberg dead: Award-winning American football writer dies aged 73

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Platt: she was once described as 'the original Essex girl, but without the white stilettos'

Baroness Platt of Writtle: Aeronautical engineer who went on to the House of Lords and chaired the Equal Opportunities Commission

Her engineering background drove the campaign that would be her longest-lived legacy: the Women Into Science and Engineering initiative

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