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Haiti earthquake: foreigners dead and missing [updated]

January 19, 2010 | 12:13 pm

[Updated at 1:41 p.m.: The deaths for the United States have been updated. The Associated Press is now reporting 28 dead.]

A glance at countries reporting dead and missing in Haiti

— Antigua and Barbuda: 2 missing.

— Argentina: 1 dead.

— Austria: 1 dead.

— Belgium: 1 dead, 1 missing.

— Brazil: 19 dead and 1 missing.

— Britain: 1 dead.

— Canada: 12 dead, 699 unaccounted for.

— Chile: 1 dead, 1 missing.

— China: 8 dead.

— Costa Rica: 2 missing.

— Dominican Republic: 24 dead, 24 missing.

— El Salvador: 2 missing.

— France: 12 dead, government fears 20-30 may have died.

— Germany: 1 dead, 16 missing.

— Italy: 2 dead, including a U.N. official; 2 missing and feared dead; 5 unaccounted for.

— Jordan: 3 killed, 23 wounded, all from international peacekeeping force.

— Kenya: 1 dead, two missing.

— Mexico: 1 dead, 27 missing out of 131 believed to have been living there.

— Netherlands: 11 missing, including 3 newly adopted children; 3 injured.

— Peru: 1 dead.

— Poland: 4 missing.

— Spain: 3 dead, 9 unaccounted for.

— Tunisia: at least 1 dead (head of U.N. mission Hedi Annabi).

— United States: 16 dead, 1 a U.S. government employee; 2 missing. Some 45,000 Americans are in the country.

— Uruguay: 1 dead, 2 missing (including a 3-year old).

— United Nations: 37 U.N. personnel confirmed dead, nearly 330 missing. Some personnel may also be included in national counts.

— European Union delegation: 3 missing.

-- Associated Press

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