Last weekend, the government said there were 59 confirmed dead.
Four of the children were confirmed dead, and one 5-year-old child was reported missing.
As of 1 June 2011, 181 people have been confirmed dead.
According to the government, 1,839 people have been confirmed dead.
At least one person was confirmed dead in early reports.
One man was confirmed dead and the congress claims a further three were killed.
At least 12 people have been confirmed dead and 23 others are missing.
Six people have been confirmed dead, with up to 16 still missing.
In the end, 10 people are confirmed dead - 5 of them no more than 11 years old, and several others over 60.
At least 15 people, including five children, are confirmed dead.