The main missing persons in the world in 2022

The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II is carried into St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022
The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II is carried into St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on September 19, 2022 (Jeff J Mitchell/POOL/AFP/Archives)

In 2022, Queen Elizabeth II, Jean-Luc Godard, Shinzo Abe and Mikhail Gorbachev disappeared. Here is a summary of the great missing in the world.

January

American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood
American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood (Valerie MACON / AFP/Archives)

– 6: Sidney POITIER, 94, the first black American actor to win an Oscar in 1964 for “Le Lys des champs”.

– 14: Ricardo BOFILL, 82 years old, Spanish architect.

– 15: Nino CERRUTI, 91, Italian fashion designer.

– 20: Elza SOARES, 91, black diva of Brazilian song.

– 20: “MEAT LOAF” (Marvin Lee ADAY), 74, American rocker performer of “Bat Out of Hell”.

– 22: Thich Nhat HANH, 95 years old, a major figure in committed Buddhism, pacifist and Vietnamese Zen master.

– 23: Thierry MUGLER, 73, French designer.

FEBRUARY

American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood
American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood (Valerie MACON / AFP/Archives)

– 13: Jean-Luc GODARD, 91, Franco-Swiss filmmaker, illustrious representative of the New Wave with “A bout de souffle”, “Pierrot le fou”, “Le Mépris”.

– 14: Irène PAPAS, 93, Greek star of “Zorba the Greek” and “Canons de Navarone”.

– 22: Hilary MANTEL, 70, British novelist twice Booker Prize for “The Advisor”, a historical novel about Thomas Cromwell, minister of Henry VIII.

– 24: Farrell “Pharoah” SANDERS, 81, American saxophonist and world jazz figure.

– 26: Youssef AL-QARADAOUI, 96, Egyptian preacher naturalized in Qatar, éminence grise of the Muslim Brotherhood.

– 28: Artis Leon IVEY Jr, “COOLIO”, 59, American rapper known for his hit “Gangsta’s Paradise”.

OCTOBER

– 04: Loretta LYNN, 90, American country music legend.

– 09: Bruno LATOUR, 75 years old, great French intellectual with international influence, figure of contemporary ecological thought.

American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood
American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood (Valerie MACON / AFP/Archives)

– 11: Angela LANSBURY, 96, American-British actress, petulant detective grandmother of the television series “Arabesque”.

– 22: Dietrich MATESCHITZ, 78, Austrian billionaire, founder of the energy drink company Red Bull.

– 25: Pierre SOULAGES, 102 years old, French painter, black specialist.

– 28: Jerry Lee LEWIS, 87, pioneer of American rock and roll.

NOVEMBER

– 9: Gal COSTA, 77, legend of Brazilian music and muse of tropicalism.

American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood
American actor Sidney Poitier at the Oscars ceremony, March 2, 2014 in Hollywood (Valerie MACON / AFP/Archives)

– 20: Hebe de BONAFINI, 93 years old, standard bearer of the “Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo” who marched tirelessly against the Argentine dictatorship to claim their “disappeared”.

– 30: JIANG Zemin, 96, President of China (1993-2003) and General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (1989-2002), he accompanied China’s transformation into a world economic power.

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The main missing persons in the world in 2022