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General Tito Okello, army officer, died near Kampala 3 June, aged 82. Commander of the Ugandan army when he ousted President Milton Obote in July 1985. Six months later he was overthrown by Yoweri Museveni, and fled to southern Sudan with the remnants of his army. Returned home in 1993 under an amnesty granted by Museveni, then president.

Ariel Rosen-Zvi, law professor, died Tel Aviv 3 June, aged 52. Dean of the law faculty at Tel Aviv University, editor-in-chief of three Israeli law journals and a member of the Rabin Inquiry Commission.

Georgy Tsinev, KGB officer, died Moscow 31 May, aged 88. Joined the State Security Ministry in 1953 and became first deputy chairman of the KGB from 1982 to 1985.