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Many countries report missing and dead in Haiti

January 16, 2010 | 12:42 pm

French citizen A glance at countries reporting dead and missing citizens in Haiti:

-- Antigua and Barbuda: 2 missing.

-- Austria: 1 dead.

-- Brazil: 15 dead, 5 missing.

-- Britain: No figure disclosed.

-- Canada: 6 dead, 1,362 missing.

-- Chile: 4 missing.

-- Costa Rica: 2 missing.

-- Denmark: 1 U.N. worker missing.

-- Dominican Republic: 6 dead.

-- El Salvador: 1 missing.

-- France: 8 dead; the government fears 20 to 30 may have died.

-- Germany: 1 dead, about 30 missing.

-- Italy: 1 dead, 3 feared dead, 13 unaccounted for.

-- Mexico: 1 dead; 40 of the 80 Mexicans living in Haiti located.

-- Netherlands: 3 injured, including child; 18 missing.

-- Peru: 1 dead.

-- Poland: 4 missing.

-- Spain: 2 dead, 24 unaccounted for.

-- United States: 15 dead, 3 U.S. government employees known missing. About 45,000 Americans are in the country.

-- Uruguay: 3 missing.

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

-- Associated Press

Photo: A French citizen pleads with a soldier as she waits to find out whether she can board a French air force plane evacuating French nationals from Haiti. Credit: Nicholas Kamm / AFP/Getty Images.

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