More than 50 people are found alive under rubble in Bangladesh
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More than 50 people are found alive under rubble in Bangladesh

Dhāka : Bangladesh | Apr 26, 2013 at 11:46 PM PDT
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The survivor was pulled out alive after spending 12 days under the rubble

Another 50 persons were discovered living in the rubble of the construction that disintegrated two days ago in Bangladesh. They should be redeemed until Saturday (27). Other 304 past away - in a tragedy that sparked strong disputes.

The textile employees took to the roads of the Bangladeshi capital to dispute working situation. There were clashes with the policeman.

Bangladesh is the second largest exporter of apparel in the world, second only to China. makes - for a very reduced cost - for well known brands from Europe and the joined States.

localized TV showed the building the day before the disintegrate. Police were called to ascertain the chinks appeared in the partitions. Chunks of solid had dropped. A bank that worked there went out of business, but the clothing followed functioning.

According to the government, the proprietor of the construction escaped. At the time of the disintegrate, more than three thousand persons were interior.

A woman, retaining a picture of his sister, states: "For three days looking for her, but there's no signal. Want my sister back, living or dead, delight help me find her."

The period of 72 hours that are generally found surviving in such situations, is running out, but there is still wish. Some people who are under the rubble, incapable to communicate with rescuers.

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rawaha is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is an Anchor for Allvoices.
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