Tue Oct 13, 2015 02:30PM
Saudi emergency personnel stand near bodies of Hajj pilgrims killed at a stampede in Mina, near the holy city of Mecca, at the annual Hajj in Saudi Arabia on September 24, 2015. (AFP Photo)
Saudi emergency personnel stand near bodies of Hajj pilgrims killed at a stampede in Mina, near the holy city of Mecca, at the annual Hajj in Saudi Arabia on September 24, 2015. (AFP Photo)

The death toll from a deadly stampede during last month's Hajj ritual in Saudi Arabia has reached 1,674, according to tallies given by foreign officials.

The Saudi kingdom has yet to provide a complete report on the September 24 tragedy in Mina, near the holy city of Mecca, including an update on its earlier death toll of 769.

The country with the highest death toll is Iran with 464 dead. Egypt comes next with 181 dead. 

Nigeria has tallied 145 dead, followed by Indonesia with 120 dead, India with 101 dead, Pakistan with 99 deaths, Bangladesh with 92 deaths and Mali with 79 deaths.

The following chart shows the breakdown of the latest count based on the numbers provided by foreign states.

Hundreds of pilgrims of this year's hajj remain unaccounted for.

The sum of the foreign nationals' death tolls has therefore overtaken the 1,426 pilgrims who died in the Hajj's worst previous incident - a tunnel stampede in July 1990.