Many Countries Report Missing and Dead in Haiti

Thursday, 14 Jan 2010 06:29 PM

 

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A glance on countries reporting dead and missing in Haiti:

—Brazil: 15 deaths and 5 missing.

—Dominican Republic: 4 dead.

—Canada: Three dead and five missing.

—France: Two confirmed deaths and several missing.

—Mexico: 1 death, 40 of the 80 Mexicans living in Haiti located.

—Italy: About 100 reported missing.

—Costa Rica: Five missing.

—Denmark: Two reported missing.

—Chile: 2 missing

—Uruguay: 1 missing

—Netherlands: Three injured, including a child; 22 missing.

—Poland: Four missing.

—Norway: One missing.

—United Nations: 36 U.N. personnel confirmed dead and nearly 200 missing.

—United States: One dead and three missing. The embassy contacted nearly 1,000 Americans, but an estimated 45,000 are in the country.

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