The stampede which caused more than  1,100 people to suffocate or be crushed to death while injuring more than 930 others during the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Mina, Mecca on September 24, 2015 has seen Iran record the highest casaulties so far. The incident which happened at the intersection of streets 204 and 223 leading up to Jamaraat Bridge. It is the deadliest accident to occur in the Hajj since the 1990 disaster that killed 1,426 people.

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However the cause of the stampede is disputed with Iranian officials alleging that the overall number of deaths is now more than 1,000. Pakistan, India, and Indonesia have also suggested death toll may be higher than the 769 reported by Saudi Arabia.

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Deaths reported so far by nationality, according BBC
Iran: 464 dead
Egypt: 75 dead, 94 missing
Nigeria: 64 dead, 244 missing
Indonesia: 57 dead, 78 missing
Mali: 60 dead
India: 45 dead
Pakistan: 40 dead, more than 60 missing
Niger: 22 dead
Cameroon: at least 20 dead
Ivory Coast: 14 dead, 77 missing
Chad: 11 dead
Algeria: 11 dead
Somalia: 8 dead (media reports)
Senegal: 10 dead
Morocco: 10 dead, 29 missing
Libya: 4 dead, 16 missing
Tanzania: 4 dead
Kenya: 3 dead
Tunisia: 2 dead
Burkina Faso: 1 dead
Burundi: 1 dead
Netherlands: 1 dead
Other nationalities (numbers not yet known): Benin

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