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1995 (MCMXCV) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1995th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 995th year of the 2nd millennium, the 95th year of the 20th century, and the 6th year of the 1990s decade.
1995 was designated as:
- United Nations Year for Tolerance
- World Year of Peoples’ Commemoration of the Victims of the Second World War
This was the first year that the Internet was entirely privatized, with the United States government no longer providing public funding. America Online and Prodigy offered access to the World Wide Web system for the first time this year, releasing browsers that made it easily accessible to the general public.
- January 1
- January 9 – Valeri Polyakov completes 366 days in space while aboard the Mir space station, breaking a duration record.
- January 16 – An avalanche hits the village of Súðavík, Iceland, killing 14 people. It was the first of two deadly avalanches to hit Iceland during the calendar year.
- January 17 – The 6.9 Mw Great Hanshin earthquake strikes the southern Hyōgo Prefecture of Japan with a maximum Shindo of VII, leaving 5,502–6,434 people dead, and 251,301–310,000 displaced.
- January 25 – Norwegian rocket incident: A rocket launched from the space exploration centre at Andøya, Norway, is briefly interpreted by the Russians as an incoming attack.
- January 31 – Mexican peso crisis: U.S. President Bill Clinton invokes emergency powers to extend a $20 billion loan to help Mexico avert financial collapse.
- February 13 – 21 Bosnian Serb commanders are charged with genocide and crimes against humanity in the United Nations' International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, a tribunal on human rights violations during the Wars in the Balkans.
- February 21
- February 25 – The Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO) (Organización del Tratado de Cooperación Amazónica [OTCA]) is formed.
- February 26 – The United Kingdom's oldest investment banking firm, Barings Bank, collapses after securities broker Nick Leeson loses $1.4 billion by speculating on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
- March 1
- March 2 – Nick Leeson is arrested in Singapore for his role in the collapse of Barings Bank.
- March 3 – United Nations Operation in Somalia II, the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Somalia, ends.
- March 14 – Astronaut Norman Thagard becomes the first American to ride into space aboard a Russian launch vehicle (the Soyuz TM-21), lifting off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
- March 20 – Sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway: members of the Aum Shinrikyo religious cult release sarin gas on 5 subway trains in Tokyo, killing 13 and injuring 5,510. 11 of the principal activists are hanged in 2018.
- March 22 – Cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov returns after setting a record for 438 days in outer space.
- March 26 – The Schengen Agreement, easing cross-border travel, goes into effect in several European countries.
- March 31
- April 3 – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman to oversee the U.S. Supreme Court due to the absence of fellow justice William H. Rehnquist.
- April 7 – First Chechen War – Samashki massacre: Russian paramilitary troops begin a massacre of at least 250 civilians in Samashki, Chechnya.
- April 19 – Oklahoma City bombing: 168 people, including 8 Federal Marshals and 19 children, are killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building and 680 wounded by a bomb set off by Timothy McVeigh and one of his accomplices, Terry Nichols.
- April 28 – In Daegu, South Korea, a gas explosion at a subway construction site kills 101 people, mostly teenage schoolboys.
- April 30 – The United States government stops funding the NSFNET, making the Internet a wholly privatised system.
- May 7 – Jacques Chirac is elected president of France.
- May 10 – At Vaal Reefs gold mine in Orkney, a runaway locomotive falls into a lift shaft onto an ascending cage and causes it to plunge 1,500 feet (460 m) to the bottom of the 6,900-foot (2,100 m) deep shaft, killing 104.
- May 11 – More than 170 countries agree to extend the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty indefinitely and without conditions.
- May 12 – Mia Martini was found dead.
- May 13 – The 6.6 Mw Western Macedonia earthquake strikes northwestern Greece with a maximum Mercalli intensity of VIII (Severe), injuring 25 and causing $450 million in damage.
- May 14 – The Dalai Lama proclaims 6-year-old Gedhun Choekyi Nyima as the 11th reincarnation of the Panchen Lama.
- May 16 – Japanese police besiege the headquarters of Aum Shinrikyo near Mount Fuji and arrest cult leader Shoko Asahara.
- May 24 – AFC Ajax wins the UEFA Champions League at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna by defeating A.C. Milan 1–0.
- May 28 – The 7.0 Mw Neftegorsk earthquake strikes northern Sakhalin Island in Russia with a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent), leaving 1,967 people dead and 750 injured.
- June 2
- June 6
- June 13 – French President Jacques Chirac announces the resumption of nuclear tests in French Polynesia.
- June 16 – The IOC selects Salt Lake City to host the 2002 Winter Olympics.
- June 22 – Japanese police rescue 365 hostages from a hijacked All Nippon Airways Flight 857 (Boeing 747-200) at Hakodate airport. The hijacker was armed with a knife and demanded the release of Shoko Asahara.
- June 24 – South Africa wins the Rugby World Cup.
- June 29
- Lisa Clayton completes her 10-month solo circumnavigation from the Northern Hemisphere.
- STS-71: Space Shuttle Atlantis docks with the Russian Mir space station for the first time.
- The Sampoong Department Store collapses in the Seocho-gu district of Seoul, South Korea, killing 502 and injuring 937.
- Iraq disarmament crisis: According to UNSCOM, the unity of the U.N. Security Council begins to fray, as a few countries, particularly France and Russia, become more interested in making financial deals with Iraq than in disarming the country.
- July – Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraq threatens to end all cooperation with UNSCOM and IAEA, if sanctions against the country are not lifted by August 31. Following the defection of his son-in-law, Hussein Kamel al-Majid, Saddam Hussein makes new revelations about the full extent of Iraq's biological and nuclear weapons programs. Iraq also withdraws its last U.N. declaration of prohibited biological weapons and turns over a large amount of new documents on its WMD programs.
- July 1 – Iraq disarmament crisis: In response to UNSCOM's evidence, Iraq admits for first time the existence of an offensive biological weapons program, but denies weaponization.
- July 4 – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major is re-elected as leader of the Conservative Party.
- July 9 – Sri Lankan Civil War: 125 civilians are killed in Navaly as result of bombing by the Sri Lanka Air Force.
- July 10 – Burmese dissident Aung San Suu Kyi is freed from house arrest.
- July 11
- Srebrenica massacre: Units of the Army of Republika Srpska, under the command of General Ratko Mladić, enter Srebrenica with little resistance from Dutch peacekeepers of the United Nations Protection Force, going on to kill thousands of Bosniak men and boys and rape many women.
- President Clinton announces the restoration of United States–Vietnam relations twenty years after the Vietnam War.
- A Cubana de Aviación Antonov An-24 crashes into the Caribbean off southeast Cuba killing 44 people.
- July 21–26 – Third Taiwan Strait Crisis: The Chinese People's Liberation Army fires missiles into the waters north of Taiwan.
- August – The International Rugby Football Board declares that rugby union players may be professional.
- August 4 – Croatian forces, with the cooperation of the ARBiH, launch Operation Storm against rebel forces of the Republic of Serbian Krajina, which subsequently ceases to exist as a political entity.
- August 16 – Bermudans reject independence in a referendum.
- August 24 – Microsoft releases Windows 95.
- August 29 – Eduard Shevardnadze, the Georgian head of state, survives an assassination attempt in Tbilisi.
- August 30 – The NATO bombing campaign against Bosnian Serb artillery positions begins in Bosnia and Herzegovina, continuing into September. At the same time, ARBiH forces begin an offensive against the Bosnian Serb Army around Sarajevo, central Bosnia and Bosnian Krajina.
- September – The European Parliament elects the first European Ombudsman, Jacob Söderman, who takes up office in September 1995.
- September 4–15 The Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing with over 4,750 delegates from 181 countries in attendance.
- September 6 – NATO air strikes against Bosnian Serb forces continue, after repeated attempts at a solution to the Bosnian War fail.
- September 9 – Sony enters the video game market with the release of the PlayStation.
- September 19 – The Washington Post and The New York Times publish the Unabomber's manifesto.
- September 26 – The trial against former Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti, who is accused of Mafia connections, begins.
- September 27–28 – Bob Denard's mercenaries capture President Said Mohammed Djohor of the Comoros; the local army does not resist.
- October 3 – O. J. Simpson is found not guilty of double murder for the deaths of former wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
- October 5 – Tansu Çiller of DYP forms the new government of Turkey (51st government, a minority government which failed to receive the vote of confidence).
- October 6 – Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz announce the discovery of 51 Pegasi b, the first confirmed extrasolar planet orbiting an ordinary main-sequence star.
- October 16 – The Million Man March is held in Washington, D.C. The event was conceived by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
- October 17 – French woman Jeanne Calment reaches the confirmed age of 120 years and 238 days, making her the oldest person ever recorded.
- October 24 – A total solar eclipse is visible from Iran, India, Thailand, and Southeast Asia.
- October 26 – An avalanche hits the village Flateyri in Iceland, killing 20 people. It was the second of two deadly avalanches that occurred in Iceland during the calendar year.
- October 28 – A fire in Baku Metro, Azerbaijan, kills 289 passengers, becoming the world's worst subway disaster.
- October 30
- November – The Indian government officially renames the city of Bombay, restoring the name Mumbai.
- November 1
- November 2 – The Supreme Court of Argentina orders the extradition of ex-S.S. captain Erich Priebke.
- November 4 – Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin is assassinated at a peace rally in Tel Aviv.
- November 7 – Typhoon Angela leaves the Philippines and Vietnam devastated, with 882 deaths and US$315 million in damage. The typhoon was the strongest ever to strike the Philippines in 25 years, with wind speeds of 130 mph (210 km/h) and gusts of 180 mph (290 km/h).
- November 12 – The Millbrook Commonwealth Action Programme, a programme to implement the Harare Declaration, is announced by the Commonwealth Heads of Government.
- November 16 – A United Nations tribunal charges Radovan Karadžić and Ratko Mladić with genocide during the Bosnian War.
- November 21 – The Dayton Agreement to end the Bosnian War is reached at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio (signed December 14).
- November 22
- The 7.3 Mw Gulf of Aqaba earthquake shakes the Sinai Peninsula and Saudi Arabia region with a maximum Mercalli intensity of VIII (Severe), killing eight and injuring 30, and generating a non-destructive tsunami.
- The first-ever full-length computer-animated feature film, Toy Story, is released by Pixar and Walt Disney Pictures.
- November 28 – 27 nations sign the Barcelona Treaty, creating the Union for the Mediterranean.
- November 30 – Operation Desert Storm officially ends.
- December 2 - Hamish Jeram was born.
- December 3 – Strikes paralyze France's public sector.
- December 6 – The United States Food and Drug Administration approved Saquinavir, the first protease inhibitor to treat HIV/AIDS. Within 2 years of its approval, annual deaths from AIDS in the United States fell from over 50,000 to approximately 18,000.
- December 7 – NASA's Galileo Probe enters Jupiter's atmosphere.
- December 8 – 5-year-old Gyaincain Norbu is enthroned as the 11th reincarnation of the Panchen Lama at Tashilhunpo Monastery.
- December 14 – The Dayton Agreement is signed in Paris, officially ending the Bosnian War.
- December 16 – Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraqi scuba divers, under the direction of the United Nations Special Commission, dredge the Tigris near Baghdad. The divers find over 200 prohibited Russian-made missile instruments and components.
- December 20
- December 30 – The lowest ever United Kingdom temperature of −27.2 °C (−17.0 °F) is recorded at Altnaharra in the Scottish Highlands. This equals the record set at Braemar, Aberdeenshire in 1895 and 1982.
- Sudden oak death, the tree disease caused by the plant pathogen Phytophthora ramorum, is first observed, in California.
- The existence of the Top Quark is announced by the international scientific community.
- January 1
- January 3 – Jisoo, South Korean singer, actress, and model
- January 4 – María Isabel, Spanish singer
- January 6 – Michaela DePrince, Sierra Leonean-American ballet dancer
- January 9 – Nicola Peltz, American actress
- January 12
- January 16
- January 19 – Mathieu van der Poel, Dutch bicycle racer
- January 20
- January 24 – Callan McAuliffe, Australian actor
- January 30
- January 31 – Nina Sublatti, Georgian singer and model
- February 1 – Oliver Heldens, Dutch DJ and electronic music producer
- February 4 – Pione Sisto, South Sudanese-Danish footballer
- February 5 – Adnan Januzaj, Belgian footballer
- February 6
- February 8 – Joshua Kimmich, German footballer
- February 9 – Mario Pašalić, Croatian footballer
- February 10 – Naby Keïta, Guinean footballer
- February 11 – Milan Škriniar, Slovak footballer
- February 15 – Megan Thee Stallion, American rapper
- February 16 – Denzel Curry, American rapper
- February 17 – Madison Keys, American tennis player
- February 18 – Mikhail Kolyada, Russian figure skater
- February 23
- February 27 – Sergej Milinković-Savić, Serbian footballer
- March 2 – Mats Møller Dæhli, Norwegian footballer
- March 3 – Maine Mendoza, Filipina television personality
- March 7
- March 8 – Keita Baldé, Senegalese footballer
- March 10 – Zach LaVine, American basketball player
- March 12 – Kanon Fukuda, Japanese pop singer and voice actress
- March 13 – Mikaela Shiffrin, American skier
- March 15 – Jabari Parker, American basketball player
- March 19
- March 23 – Ester Ledecká, Czech winter athlete
- March 25
- March 27 – Zaur Uguev, Russian freestyle wrestler
- March 30 – Tao Geoghegan Hart, British cyclist
- April 1 – Logan Paul, American actor and YouTube personality
- April 3 – Adrien Rabiot, French footballer
- April 17 – Wheein, South Korean singer and songwriter
- April 18 – Divock Origi, Belgian footballer
- April 23 – Gigi Hadid, American fashion model
- April 24 – Kehlani, American singer
- April 26 – Daniel Padilla, Filipino actor
- April 28 – Melanie Martinez, American singer
- May 1
- May 2 – Yook Sung-jae, South Korean singer and actor
- May 4
- May 6 – Marko Pjaca, Croatian footballer
- May 10
- May 11 – Gelson Martins, Portuguese footballer
- May 12 – Kenton Duty, American actor, singer, and dancer
- May 14 – Kelly Gale, Swedish model
- May 15 – Ksenia Sitnik, Belarusian singer
- May 23
- May 25 – José Luis Gayà, Spanish footballer
- May 29 – Nicolas Pépé, Ivorian footballer
- June 4 – Willie Rioli, Australian football player
- June 5 – Troye Sivan, South African-born Australian singer
- June 13 – Petra Vlhová, Slovak alpine skier
- June 15 – David Licauco, Filipino actor and model
- June 16 – Joseph Schooling, Singaporean swimmer
- June 17 – Clément Lenglet, French footballer
- June 20
- June 21
- June 22
- June 23
- June 24 – Abdel Fadel Suanon, Beninese footballer
- June 25
- June 26 – Natsuhiko Watanabe, Japanese footballer
- June 27 – Eirik Gjen, Norwegian artist
- June 28
- June 29 – João Paulo Silva Martins, Brazilian footballer
- June 30
- July 1
- July 2
- July 3 – Emircan Koşut, Turkish basketball player
- July 4
- July 5
- July 9
- July 10
- July 11
- July 12
- July 13
- July 14 – Serge Gnabry, German footballer
- July 16 – Torstein Træen, Norwegian racing cyclist
- July 19
- July 20
- July 22 – Ezekiel Elliott, American football player
- July 23 – Hwasa, South Korean singer, songwriter, and rapper
- July 24 – Kyle Kuzma, American basketball player
- July 26 – Holly Bodimeade, British actress
- July 30 – Hirving Lozano, Mexican footballer
- August 1 – Madison Cawthorn, American politician
- August 2
- August 4
- August 5 – Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, Danish footballer
- August 6 – Sasha Vezenkov, Bulgarian professional basketball player
- August 9 – Hwang Min-hyun, South Korean singer-songwriter and actor
- August 11 – Tierra Whack, American rapper
- August 13 – Presnel Kimpembe, French footballer
- August 15 – Chief Keef, American rapper
- August 16 – James Young, American basketball player
- August 17 – Gracie Gold, American figure skater
- August 22
- August 24
- August 26
- August 27 – Sergey Sirotkin, Russian racing driver
- August 28 – Andreas Wellinger, German ski jumper
- August 29 – Gud, Swedish DJ and producer
- September 1
- September 3
- September 5 – Caroline Sunshine, American actress, dancer, singer and political operative
- September 6 – Bertrand Traoré, Burkinabé footballer
- September 8 – Julian Weigl, German footballer
- September 12
- September 13 – Robbie Kay, English actor
- September 15 – Awer Mabil, Australian association footballer
- September 16 – Aaron Gordon, American basketball player
- September 17 – Patrick Mahomes, American football player
- September 19 – Brent Faiyaz, American singer
- September 20 – Laura Dekker, Dutch sailor
- September 22 – Nayeon, South Korean singer
- September 23 – Eli Dershwitz, American fencer
- October 1 – Scott Helman, Canadian singer-songwriter
- October 4
- October 8 – G Herbo, American rapper
- October 9 – Kenny Tete, Dutch footballer
- October 13 – Jimin, South Korean singer
- October 15 – Billy Unger, American actor and musician
- October 17 – Queen Naija, American singer
- October 19 – Enca Haxhia, Albanian singer
- October 21 – Antoinette Guedia Mouafo, Cameroonian swimmer
- October 21 – Doja Cat, American singer and rapper
- October 23 – Ireland Baldwin, American fashion model and actress
- October 25 – Conchita Campbell, Canadian actress
- October 29 – Mia Wray, Australian pop musician
- November 1
- November 2 – Rafael Vitti, Brazilian actor, musician and poet
- November 3
- November 6 – André Silva, Portuguese footballer
- November 13 – Oliver Stummvoll, Austrian model
- November 15 – Karl-Anthony Towns, Dominican-American basketball player
- November 16 – Flipp Dinero, American rapper
- November 18 – Ihsan Maulana Mustofa, Indonesian badminton player
- November 19
- November 20 – Timothy Cheruiyot, Kenyan athlete
- November 22 – Katherine McNamara, American actress
- November 28
- November 29 – Laura Marano, American actress and singer
- December 4 – Dina Asher-Smith, British sprinter
- December 5
- December 6 – Joy Gruttmann, German singer
- A Boogie wit da Hoodie, American rapper from New York
- December 8 – Jordon Ibe, English footballer
- December 9
- December 14 – Yulia Belokobylskaya, Russian gymnast
- December 15 – Yoshihide Kiryū, Japanese sprinter
- December 18 – Lim Na-young, South Korean singer
- December 27
- December 29 – Ross Lynch, American actor
- December 30
- December 31 – Gabby Douglas, American gymnast
- January 1
- January 2
- January 6 – Joe Slovo, ANC activist and South African minister of Housing (b. 1926)
- January 7 – Murray Rothbard, American economist (b. 1926)
- January 8 – Carlos Monzón, Argentine boxer (b. 1942)
- January 9
- January 11 – Josef Gingold, Russian-American violinist (b. 1909)
- January 17 – Miguel Torga, Portuguese writer (b. 1907)
- January 18 – Adolf Butenandt, German biochemist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (b. 1903)
- January 20 – Mehdi Bazargan, 46th Prime Minister of Iran (b. 1907)
- January 22 – Rose Kennedy, American philanthropist (b. 1890)
- January 25
- January 30 – Gerald Durrell, British naturalist, author, and television presenter (b. 1925)
- January 31
- February 2
- February 4 – Patricia Highsmith, American author (b. 1921)
- February 5 – Doug McClure, American actor (b. 1935)
- February 6
- February 9
- February 12 – Robert Bolt, English writer (b. 1924)
- February 13 – Alberto Burri, Italian artist (b. 1915)
- February 14 – U Nu, Burmese politician, 1st Prime Minister of Burma (b. 1907)
- February 19 – John Howard, American actor (b. 1913)
- February 22 – Ed Flanders, American actor (b. 1934)
- February 23
- February 24 – Hideko Maehata, Japanese swimmer (b. 1914)
- February 26 – Jack Clayton, British film director (b. 1921)
- March 1
- March 3 – Howard W. Hunter, American President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (b. 1907)
- March 5 – Vivian Stanshall, English comedian, writer, artist, broadcaster, and musician (b. 1943)
- March 8 – Ingo Schwichtenberg, German drummer (b. 1965)
- March 9
- March 10
- March 11 – Wilfred Jacobs, first Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda (b. 1919)
- March 13 – Odette Hallowes, French intelligence officer (b. 1912)
- March 14 – William Alfred Fowler, American physicist (b. 1911)
- March 16 – Albert Hackett, American dramatist and screenwriter (b. 1900)
- March 17 – Rick Aviles, American actor (b. 1952)
- March 19 – Nike Ardilla, Indonesian singer, actress, and model (b. 1975)
- March 20
- March 23 – Davie Cooper, Scottish footballer (b. 1956)
- March 24 – Joseph Needham, British biochemist, historian, and sinologist (b. 1900)
- March 25 – James Samuel Coleman, American sociologist (b. 1926)
- March 26 – Eazy-E, American rapper and record producer (b. 1963)
- March 27 – Maurizio Gucci, Italian businessman (b. 1948)
- March 31 – Selena, Mexican-born American singer (b. 1971)
- April 1 – Francisco Moncion, Dominican-American ballet dancer (b. 1918)
- April 2 – Hannes Alfvén, Swedish chemist (b.1908)
- April 4
- April 6 – V. J. Sukselainen, Finnish politician, 24th Prime Minister of Finland (b. 1906)
- April 10 – Morarji Desai, 4th Prime Minister of India (b. 1896)
- April 12 – Mou Zongsan, Chinese philosopher (b. 1909)
- April 14 – Burl Ives, American singer and actor (b. 1909)
- April 16
- April 18 – Arturo Frondizi, Argentine lawyer and politician, 32nd President of Argentina (b. 1908)
- April 20 – Milovan Đilas, Yugoslav politician and philosopher (b. 1911)
- April 23 – Howard Cosell, American sportscaster (b. 1918)
- April 25
- April 30 – Maung Maung Kha, 5th Prime Minister of Burma (b. 1920)
- May 2 – Michael Hordern, English actor (b. 1911)
- May 4 – Louis Krasner, Ukrainian-American violinist (b. 1903)
- May 5 – Mikhail Botvinnik, Russian chess player (b. 1911)
- May 6 – Maria Pia de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança, Portuguese writer and journalist (b. 1907)
- May 8 – Teresa Teng, Taiwanese singer (b. 1953)
- May 12
- May 14 – Christian B. Anfinsen, American chemist (b. 1916)
- May 15 – Eric Porter, English actor (b. 1928)
- May 16 – Lola Flores, Spanish singer, dancer and actress (b. 1923)
- May 18
- May 21 – Les Aspin, U.S. House of Representatives (b. 1938)
- May 24 – Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1916)
- May 25
- May 26 – Friz Freleng, American animator (b. 1906)
- May 29 – Margaret Chase Smith, American politician (b. 1897)
- May 30 – Ted Drake, English footballer (b. 1912)
- June 3 – J. Presper Eckert, American engineer (b. 1919)
- June 7 – Hsuan Hua, Chinese Buddhist (b. 1918)
- June 8 – Juan Carlos Onganía, 35th President of Argentina (b. 1914)
- June 12 – Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Italian pianist (b. 1920)
- June 14 – Rory Gallagher, Irish blues and rock guitarist (b. 1948)
- June 15 – Charles Bennett, English screenwriter (b. 1899)
- June 20 –
- June 22 – Yves Congar, French cardinal (b. 1904)
- June 23
- June 25
- June 29 – Lana Turner, American actress (b. 1921)
- June 30
- July 1 – Wolfman Jack, American disc jockey (b. 1938)
- July 3 – Pancho Gonzales, American tennis champion (b. 1928)
- July 4
- July 5 – Takeo Fukuda, Japanese politician, 46th Prime Minister of Japan (b. 1905)
- July 6 – Aziz Nesin, Turkish writer (b. 1915)
- July 16
- July 17
- July 18
- July 20 – Genevieve Tobin, American actress (b. 1899)
- July 22 – Harold Larwood, British cricketeer (b. 1904)
- July 24
- July 25 – Charlie Rich, American singer (b. 1932)
- July 27 – Miklós Rózsa, Hungarian composer (b. 1907)
- August 3 – Ida Lupino, British-born American actress and film director (b. 1918)
- August 9 – Jerry Garcia, American guitarist (The Grateful Dead) (b. 1942)
- August 11 – Phil Harris, American comedian and actor (b. 1904)
- August 13 – Mickey Mantle, American baseball player (b. 1931)
- August 17 – Howard Koch, American screenwriter (b. 1901)
- August 19 – Pierre Schaeffer, French composer (b. 1910)
- August 20 – Hugo Pratt, Italian comics creator (b. 1927)
- August 21 – Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Indian astrophysicist (b. 1910)
- August 22 – Johnny Carey, Irish football player and manager (b. 1919)
- August 24
- August 29
- August 30
- September 4 – William Kunstler, American radical lawyer and civil rights activist (b. 1919)
- September 5 – Benyamin Sueb, Indonesian actor, comedian and singer (b. 1939)
- September 12 – Jeremy Brett, English actor (b. 1933)
- September 15
- September 19
- September 20 – Eileen Chang, Chinese writer (b. 1920)
- September 25 – Kei Tomiyama, Japanese actor, voice actor, and narrator (b. 1938)
- September 29
- October 5
- October 9
- October 19 – Don Cherry, American jazz trumpeter (b. 1936)
- October 21 – Shannon Hoon, American singer-songwriter (b. 1967)
- October 22
- October 25
- October 26 – Wilhelm Freddie, Danish painter (b. 1909)
- October 29 – Terry Southern, American screenwriter (b. 1924)
- October 31
- November 1 – W. E. D. Ross, Canadian writer (b. 1912)
- November 4
- November 6 – Aneta Corsaut, American actress (b. 1933)
- November 7 – Ann Dunham, American anthropologist (b. 1942)
- November 12 – Robert Stephens, English actor (b. 1931)
- November 20
- November 23 – Louis Malle, French film director (b. 1932)
- November 24 – Jeffrey Lynn, American actor (b. 1909)
- December 2
- December 9 – Vivian Blaine, American actress and singer (b. 1921)
- December 12 – Princess Caroline-Mathilde of Denmark, Danish princess (b. 1912)
- December 13 – Anatoly Dyatlov, Soviet engineer in charge during the Chernobyl disaster (b. 1931)
- December 16 – Johnny Moss, American poker player (b. 1907)
- December 18
- December 20 – Madge Sinclair, Jamaican-American actress (b. 1938)
- December 22
- December 23 – Patric Knowles, English actor (b. 1911)
- December 25
- December 29 – Lita Grey, American actress (b. 1908)
- December 30 – Heiner Müller, German poet and playwright (b. 1929)
- Physics – Martin L. Perl, Frederick Reines
- Chemistry – Paul J. Crutzen, Mario J. Molina, F. Sherwood Rowland
- Medicine – Edward B. Lewis, Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, Eric F. Wieschaus
- Literature – Seamus Heaney
- Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel – Robert Lucas, Jr.
- Peace – Joseph Rotblat and the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
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