Deaths of note from around the world:
Gyorgy Konrad, 86: A writer and sociologist who was an iconic figure of Hungary’s dissident movement while the country was under communist rule; known internationally for books like his 1969 novel “The Case Worker” and his 2007 memoir “A Guest in My Own Country: A Hungarian Life,” Konrad was considered a steadfast advocate for individual freedoms. Died Friday at his home in Budapest.
Bruno Grandi, 85: The longtime president of the International Gymnastics Federation who oversaw changes to the “perfect 10” scoring system. Died Friday in Italy.