HENRY KISSINGER DEAD AT 100
Former United States secretary of state Henry Kissinger has died at home in Connecticut aged 100.
He served as secretary of state and national security advisor under Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
His 1973 Peace Prize — awarded jointly to North Vietnam's Lê Đức Thọ, who would decline it — was one of the most controversial ever.
Two members of the Nobel committee resigned over the selection and questions arose about the US secret bombing of Cambodia.