Rana Plaza

Relatives of victims killed in the collapse of Rana Plaza mourn on the first year anniversary of the accident, as they gather in Savar

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Relatives of victims killed in the collapse of Rana Plaza in Bangladesh mourn on the first anniversary of the incident, as they gather in Savar on Thursday.

Garment workers protest in Bangladesh...epa04163076 Garment workers make a human chain demanding proper compensation of the dead and injured workers of the Rana Plaza building collapse, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 11 April 2014. The one-year anniversary of the collapse of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that left over 1,100 workers dead and about 2,500 rescued alive is coming up on 24 April 2013.  EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH

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Garment workers in Dhaka, Bangladesh, gathered to demand compensation for those who were killed and injured in the collapse of the eight-storey Rana Plaza building last year. Protestors formed a human chain in the run-up to April 24, the first anniversary of the tragedy, which saw 2,500 people rescued but left more than 1,100 people dead.

Bangladeshi family members and activists look at portraits of workers of the Rana Plaza building that collapsed killing over 1,000 people, on the three-month anniversary of the accident in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, Wednesday, July 24, 2013. Hundreds of garment workers and activists staged demonstrations at the site of the accident, demanding compensation for the survivors and a full account of the missing. (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)

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Family members and activists look at pictures of factory workers of the Rana Plaza, in Bangladesh, three months after the building collapsed, killing more than 200. Hundreds of garment workers and activists staged demonstrations at the site, demanding compensation for the survivors and a full account of the missing. Read more

In this image taken Saturday, June 15, 2013, Bangladeshi garment worker Rikta, 27,  who worked on the 3rd floor of Rana Plaza, poses for a portrait at Enam Medical College, in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Rikta had her right arm amputated inside the rubble when she was rescued nearly 72 hours after the building collapsed. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)

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Garment worker Rikta, 27, who worked on the third floor of Rana Plaza, poses for a portrait at Enam Medical College, in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Rikta had her right arm amputated inside the rubble when she was rescued nearly 72 hours after the building collapsed. Read more

Relatives of victims attend prayer after paying tribute to Building collapse victims...epa03709552 Relatives of the victims cry as they attend prayer and paying tribute to the victims of a building collapse at the graveyard at Jurain in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 21 May 2013. 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.  EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH

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Relatives attend prayer at the Jurain graveyard in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Tuesday and pay tribute to the victims of the Rana Plaza building collapse. More than 290 unclaimed bodies were buried. The death total was 1,127 after the eight-story building, which mostly housed garment factories, collapsed in Savar on April 24. Read more

An army soldier takes part in a special prayer in front of the damaged site after the end of the rescue work after 20 days following the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14 May 2013. Reports state that the death toll rose to over 1,127 and 2,438 people rescued alive after the eight-storey building Rana Plaza, which mostly housed garment factories, collapsed on 24 April 2012.

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An army soldier takes part in a special prayer in front of the damaged site in Bangladesh as 20 days of rescue work comes to an end following the building ‘s collapse in Savar, Dhaka, on April 24. The eight-story Rana Plaza mostly housed garment factories and reports state that the death toll rose to more than 1,127, while 2,438 people were rescued alive.

Bangladeshi garment workers employed at Rana Plaza, the garment factory building that collapsed, stand in a queue to receive wages in Savar near Dhaka, Bangladesh, Wednesday May 8, 2013. Dozens of bodies recovered Wednesday from the building were so decomposed they were being sent to a lab for DNA identification, police said, as the death toll from Bangladesh's worst industrial disaster topped 800. (AP Photo/Ismail Ferdous)

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Bangladeshi garment workers employed at Rana Plaza, the garment factory building that collapsed, stand in a queue to receive wages in Savar near Dhaka, Bangladesh on Wednesday. Dozens of bodies recovered Wednesday from the building were so decomposed they were being sent to a lab for DNA identification, police said, as the death toll from Bangladesh’s worst industrial disaster topped 800 Read more

epa03680863 A woman cries holding the photo of her missing son near the damaged building at Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 29 April 2013. According to police Inspector Aminur Rahman, 377 bodies have been recovered out of which 309 have been handed over to their relatives while 1000 remained missing so far from the rescue operation of the Rana Plaza that housed mostly garment factories. The army has taken over full charge of the rescue using heavy machines like cranes and bulldozers.

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A woman holds a photo of her missing son near the damaged building at Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh on Monday. Police inspector Aminur Rahman says 377 bodies have been recovered, of which 309 have been released to relatives. One thousand remain missing from the rescue operation of the Rana Plaza that housed mostly garment factories. The army has taken charge of the rescue using heavy machines such as cranes and bulldozers. Read more