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Bangladesh Worker

Fatema Khatun Munni is one of the lucky ones. She was inside the garment factory building in Bangladesh yesterday when it came crashing down. She escaped. But dozens more didn't. We reached Ms. Khatun Munni near the capital, Dhaka, and spoke to her throu

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