Noble Peace Prize winner and Israeli ex-president, Shimon Peres died on Wednesday, two weeks after suffering a stroke.
Rafi Walden, Peres son in law told AFP, that 93 years old died at around 3:00 am and gave no further details.
Peres was hospitalized since 3rd September and was admitted when he suffered a stroke with internal bleeding.
Peres had won the 1994 novel peace prize for his role in negotiating the Oslo Accords, which visualized an independent Palestinian state.
He has served twice as prime minister and once as a president from 2007 to 2014.