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Eight anniversary of collapse of Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh


Dhaka, April 24 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Monirul Alam) Bangladesh remembers those killed in the disaster at the Rana Plaza building, a clothing factory where at least 1,134 people died and some 2,500 were injured after the collapse of the garment factory building on April 24, 2013.FOOTAGE OF THE PLACE WHERE THE RANA PLAZA BUILDING WAS IN THE OUTSKIRTS OF DHAKA AND THE MEETING BETWEEN CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS ORGANIZATIONS AND FAMILY MEMBERS WHO ATTENDED THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DISASTER.

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