Deaths of note from around the world:

Bogaletch Gebre, 65 or 66: An activist described as “the woman who began the rebellion of Ethiopian women,” who nearly bled to death around age 12 when, like almost all Ethiopian girls of her generation and before, she was subjected to female genital mutilation, and in 1997 co-founded the organization KMG Ethiopia with her sister. Died Nov. 2 in Los Angeles.

Dorothy Seymour Mills, 91: A researcher and editor who helped her husband, Harold Seymour, compile the first in-depth historical studies of baseball but who did not receive full credit for her research, editing and writing until after his death. Died Nov. 17 in Tucson, Arizona, from complications from an ulcer.

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