BANGLADESH: Garment factory building collapses killing 86
By Siddique Islam | 24 April 2013
An eight-storey commercial building that housed five garment factories collapsed near the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka today (24 April), killing more than 86 people - most of them apparel workers - and leaving several hundred others injured.
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