Cost of slavery
photo by KM Asad(Drik)

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Rescue workers take part in the rescue of the eight-storey building Rana Plaza which collapsed at Savar, outside Dhaka, Bangladesh. Reports state that 1130 workers died and nearly 2500 were rescued alive after the eight-story building Rana Plaza that housed mostly garment factories collapsed on 24 April 2013.

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Relatives mourn as they found the body of their missing family person who work in the Rana Plaza building collapse, in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Most of the garments in Bangladesh don't count the exact workers for each section or floor. The working places are congested and have no such security system that any sudden accidents can cause haphazard deaths of the workers.

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The body of a female garment worker is trapped under the debris of the collapsed building at Savar, Bangladesh. Reports state that 1130 workers died and nearly 2500 were rescued alive after the eight-story building Rana Plaza that housed mostly garment factories collapsed on 24 April 2013.

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Rescue workers carry out a female surivor who has been rescued after 48 hours from the collapsed building at Savar, Bangladesh. Reports state that 1130 workers died and nearly 2500 were rescued alive after the eight-story building Rana Plaza that housed mostly garment factories collapsed on 24 April 2013.

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Poly 12 years old girl scared to saw his mother death body, which found in the Collapse building Rana Plaza in Savar, Near Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Rescue workers carry out a female surivor who has been rescued after 30 hours from the collapsed building at Savar, Bangladesh. Reports state that 1130 workers died and nearly 2500 were rescued alive after the eight-story building Rana Plaza that housed mostly garment factories collapsed on 24 April 2013.

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A woman mourn as she sees the body of her sister in a school building where the bodies are kept, after the collapse of the eight-storey building Rana Plaza which collapsed at Savar, outside Dhaka, Bangladesh. Over 290 unclaimed bodies were burried after the DNA samples were taken while 1,127 workers died after the eight-story building Rana Plaza, which mostly housed garment factories, collapsed in Savar on 24 April 2012.

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Relatives mourn as they found the body of their missing son on the seventeenth day of the Rana Plaza building collapse, in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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After survive the collapsed building Alive garments worker fitting with death and life in Anam hospital in Savar Bangladesh. But the luck is bad after 2 month fighting he did not come back in this world.

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Death body was take to buried but Big sister want to saw her sister body for last time.

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Alive garments worker fitting with death and life in pongu hospital in Dhaka Bangladesh. Over 290 unclaimed bodies were buried after the DNA samples were taken while 1,127 workers died after the eight-story building Rana Plaza, which mostly housed garment factories, collapsed in Savar on 24 April 2012.

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Relatives of victims take part in a special prayer near the damaged site after the end of the rescue work after 20 days following the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Garment workers in Ashulia, a key garment-manufacturing hub outside Dhaka, on November 12, 2013. Production in some 200 garment factories at Ashulia was suspended November 12 as workers clashed with police demanding implementation of the new minimum wage recommended for them by a government-appointed wage board.

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A Bangladeshi police official keeps watch during clashes with police and garment workers in Ashulia, a key garment-manufacturing hub outside Dhaka, on November 12, 2013. Production in some 200 garment factories at Ashulia was suspended November 12 as workers clashed with police demanding implementation of the new minimum wage recommended for them by a government-appointed wage board.