Several foreigners have been identified as victims of yesterday's deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, which left at least 129 dead and more than 300 injured.

BELGIUM: At least two nationals were killed, according to the Belgian foreign ministry.

ROMANIA: Two Romanians were killed according to the foreign ministry in Bucharest.

CHILE: A man and a woman, including the niece of Chile's ambassador to Mexico, were among the dead.

TUNISIA: Two young Tunisians, sisters who lived in the centre-eastern French region of Creusot and who were celebrating a friend's birthday in Paris, were also killed, according to the Tunisian foreign ministry.

ALGERIA: Two Algerians, a 40-year-old woman and a 29-year-old man, were among the dead, the official APS news agency said.

BRITAIN: One British person was killed, the Foreign Office said, adding that a "handful" were feared dead.

PORTUGAL: A 63-year-old Portuguese national, who lived in Paris and worked in public transport, was killed near the Stade de France sports stadium. A second victim, killed at the Bataclan music hall attack, was a dual-national born in France in 1980.

SPAIN: 29-year-old Alberto Gonzalez Garrido was killed, according to the Spanish authorities, while attending the concert at the Bataclan theatre that came under attack.

SWEDEN: One person of Swedish nationality was wounded by gunfire and another was killed, according to the foreign ministry, which said it was verifying the information.

UNITED STATES: A US student from California was killed in the Paris attacks, her university said.

MOROCCO: One Moroccan has been killed and another injured, according to the embassy in France.

MEXICO: Two of the victims were Mexican women with dual nationality, Mexico's foreign ministry has said.