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Tsunami Death Toll As Listed by Country

December 31, 2004

At least 120,794 people were killed in 11 countries in southern Asia and Africa from Sunday’s massive earthquake and tsunami waves, according to official figures. A breakdown of the toll so far:

_ Indonesia: At least 79,940 people were killed on Sumatra island, the government said, though the health minister on Friday said the country’s toll could rise to 100,000.

_ Sri Lanka: Some 28,508 killed in government and rebel controlled areas. About 1 million people were displaced.

_ India: The government said 7,368 deaths have been confirmed, but a police official said 8,000 more people were missing and possibly dead in India’s remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands, just north of Sumatra.

_ Thailand: The government said 4,541 people died, including 2,230 foreigners.

_ Somalia: At least 200 killed, said Somali presidential spokesman Yusuf Mohamed Ismail.

_ Myanmar: About 90 people were killed, according to reports compiled by international aid agencies.

_ Maldives: At least 69 people confirmed dead.

_ Malaysia: At least 65 people, including an unknown number of foreign tourists, were dead, according to official reports.

_ Tanzania: At least 10 people killed, said Alfred Tibaigana, police commander in Dar es Salaam.

_ Bangladesh: Two killed.

_ Kenya: One killed.

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