Pakistani politicians, relatives and residents offer funeral prayers for a Pakistani pilgrim, killed in a stampede at the annual hajj, in Multan on October 5, 2015
Pakistani politicians, relatives and residents offer funeral prayers for a Pakistani pilgrim, killed in a stampede at the annual hajj, in Multan on October 5, 2015 © SS Mirza - AFP/File
Pakistani politicians, relatives and residents offer funeral prayers for a Pakistani pilgrim, killed in a stampede at the annual hajj, in Multan on October 5, 2015
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Last updated: October 10, 2015

1,358 died in hajj disaster: foreign data

Saudi Arabia has yet to provide a breakdown of the nationalities of the 769 Muslim pilgrims it says died in the September 24 hajj stampede, but many countries have announced the deaths of citizens.

The death toll given below by foreign officials and media is now 1,358, well in excess of the Saudi figure.

- Iran: 464 dead

- Egypt: 165 dead

- Indonesia: 120 dead

- India: 101 dead

- Nigeria: 99 dead

- Pakistan: 76 dead

- Mali: 60 dead

- Senegal: 54 dead

- Sudan: 30 dead

- Niger: 28 dead

- Algeria: 28 dead

- Morocco: 27 dead

- Cameroon: 20 dead

- Ivory Coast: 14 dead

- Ethiopia: 13 dead

- Chad: 11 dead

- Libya: 10 dead

- Somalia: 8 dead

- Kenya: 6 dead

- Ghana: 5 dead

- Mauritius: 5 dead

- Tanzania: 4 dead

- Tunisia: 4 dead

- Burkina Faso: 1 dead

- Burundi: 1 dead

- Netherlands: 1 dead

- Oman: 1 dead

- Jordan: 1 dead

- Iraq: one dead

- Benin: unspecified number of deaths

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