DIED. PRINCE CLAUS OF THE NETHERLANDS, 76, German-born royal consort to Queen Beatrix, whose 1966 marriage to the then Crown Princess provoked public anger in a country where memories of German aggression were still fresh; in Amsterdam. The onetime Hitler Youth eventually became the royal family's most popular member, fathering three sons and taking an active role in the Netherlands' Third World development policy.

DIED. ANTHONY MAZZOCCHI, 76, American labor leader who in the 1960s pioneered the occupational safety movement; in Washington, D.C. In 1996, Mazzocchi founded the American Labor Party, which supports universal health care...

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