DUBAI - The death toll from last month’s Haj stampede has risen to at least 1,958, according to tallies given by foreign officials, making it the deadliest incident in the pilgrimage’s history.

Saudi Arabia has yet to provide an updated death toll after saying 769 people died in the tragedy near Makkah. Here is a breakdown of the dead from foreign governments: Iran: 464; Nigeria: 199; Egypt: 182; Bangladesh: 137; Indonesia: 129; India: 116; Pakistan: 104; Cameroon: 76; Niger: 72; Senegal: 61; Mali: 60; Chad: 52; Ivory Coast: 52; Benin: 52; Morocco: 36; Ethiopia: 31; Sudank: 30; Algeria: 28; Burkina Faso: 22; Ghana: 17; Libya: 10; Somalia: 8; Tunisia: 7; Kenya: 6; Mauritius: 5; Tanzania: 4; China: 4; Afghanistan: 3; Burundi: 1; Iraq: 1; Jordan: 1; Netherlands: 1; Oman: 1 and Malaysia: 1.