BANGLADESH: Garment factory clashes leave 50 injured - report
Violence at a garment factory in Bangladesh has left 50 people injured, it has been reported.
The clashes followed complaints by workers over the quality of food they were being given, according to the Reuters news agency.
Police in Bangladesh confirmed to Reuters that the protest lasted several hours at the Abani Knitwear Textile Mill at Hrishipara, near the Bangladesh capital Dhaka.
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