The death toll from last week’s terrorist attack in Paris has risen to 130, French sovereignties announced on Friday. The total previously stood at 129, with the authorities of all of those victims identified.

People from at the least 15 countries were killed in the two attacks. At least 100 households traveled to France to identify the bodies.

Details have slowly were beginning to rise about the identities of those who lost their lives, among them a 23 -year-old design student from America. Many of the those killed or injured were young people hailing from around the globe, with victims from countries including Spain, Sweden, Portugal, Belgium, Mexico and Chile.

On Monday, French President Francois Hollande confirmed the victims comprise 19 different nationalities.

Below are those who have been identified by sidekicks, relatives or boss in media reports.

Nick Alexander, 36
Nick Alexander, a British citizen, was exchanging merchandise for the Eagles of Death Metal, the band playing at the Bataclan theater when gunmen burst in and inaugurated firing.

“Nick died doing the job he loved and we take enormous convenience in knowing how much he was cherished by his sidekicks around the world, ” his family said in a statement, according to the BBC.

Jean-Jacques Amiot, 68
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Amiot was a silkscreen printer, leader, grandfather and fan of rock music. He died at the Bataclan.

“He was a peaceful, soothing man, ” Amiot’s brother Patrick told the Telegram.

Armelle Pumir Anticevic, 46
Anticevic was a periodical product administrator at Logic Design marketing agency in Paris. Her death at the Bataclan was confirmed by her firm which said, in a memorial post on their website, she “embodied strength and happiness.”

She is endured by her husband, Joseph, and her two children, Shana and Milan.

Thomas Ayad