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Here are the 35 Nations affected by Ethiopian Airlines Sunday's Deadly Crash

Debris at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302
As Ethiopia declared Monday, 11th March as 'Mourning Day' and the world still trying to unravel the ministries behind the deadly crash, more stories about the passengers unfolds.


Thirty Five Nations that were affected by the crash include: 

- 32 Kenyans
- 18 Canadians
- 9 Ethiopians
- 8 Americans
- 8 Chinese nationals
- 8 Italians
- 7 UK nationals
- 7 French nationals
- Egypt -- 6
- Germany -- 5
- India -- 4
- Slovakia -- 4
- Austria -- 3
- Russia -- 3
- Sweden -- 3
- Israel -- 2
- Morocco -- 2
- Poland -- 2
- Spain -- 2
- Belgium -- 1
- Djibouti -- 1
- Indonesia -- 1
- Ireland -- 1
- Mozambique -- 1
- Norway -- 1
- Rwanda -- 1
- Saudi Arabia-- 1
- Sudan -- 1
- Somalia -- 1
- Serbia -- 1
- Togo -- 1
- Uganda -- 1
- Yemen -- 1
- Nepal -- 1
- Nigeria -- 1


About some of the Victims:
Kenya - Cedric Asiavugwa was a third-year student at Georgetown Law and a member of Georgetown University's Campus Ministry, born and raised in Mombasa, he was on his way home to Nairobi after the death of his fiancée's mother, according to the school.

Nigeria - born scholar and author Pius Adesanmi was the director of Carleton University's Institute of African Studies. The Ottawa university said he was among the 18 Canadians killed in the crash.

"Pius Adesanmi was a towering figure in African and post-colonial scholarship and his sudden loss is a tragedy," said Benoit-Antoine Bacon, president and vice-chancellor.

Slovakian lawmaker Anton Hrnko said on Facebook that his wife, Blanka, son Martin and daughter Michala were among the victims.

Russia - The Russian Embassy in Ethiopia tweeted the names of three Russian citizens who were on the plane: Ekaterina Polyakova, Aleksandr Polyakov and Sergey Vyalikov.

The Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed on Sunday was packed with humanitarian workers and international experts, many of whom were bound for a major United Nations environmental summit in Nairobi.

The plane bound for Nairobi, Kenya, went down within minutes of taking off from Addis Ababa, killing 157 people in which seven of them crew members and one a security official.

Not left out are Nineteen United Nations staff members who worked for the World Food Programme, the Office of the High Commissioner on Refugees, the International Telecommunications Union, the Food and Agriculture Organization, International Organization for Migration in South Sudan, World Bank and UN Assistance Mission in Somalia, and the UN Office in Nairobi. Though it's not clear why UN employees were on the plane.

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