Foreign toll in Saudi hajj stampede

More than 2,300 people were killed in the 2015 hajj stampede, making it the deadliest disaster in the pilgrimage's history (AFP Photo/)

Riyadh (AFP) - Saudi authorities have yet to provide a breakdown of the nationalities of the 769 Muslim pilgrims killed in Thursday's hajj stampede, but several countries have announced the deaths of nationals.

Here is the toll given by foreign officials and media so far:


- Iran: 226 dead and 248 missing

- Egypt: 55 dead

- Nigeria: 54 dead

- India: 45 dead

- Indonesia: 41 dead

- Pakistan: 40 dead, more than 60 missing

- Cameroon: at least 20 dead

- Niger: 22 dead

- Ivory Coast: 14 dead, 77 missing

- Chad: 11 dead

- Somalia: 8 dead (media reports)

- Algeria: 8 dead

- Morocco: 5 dead, 34 missing

- Senegal: 5 dead

- Libya: 4 dead

- Tanzania: 4 dead

- Kenya: 3 dead

- Tunisia: 2 dead, up to 7 missing

- Burkina Faso: 1 dead

- Burundi: 1 dead (Muslim association)

- Netherlands: 1 dead

- Benin: unspecified number of deaths