Rana Plaza - one year on
23 April 2014
April 24th 2013 saw the collapse of Rana Plaza, a badly made and overcrowded building near Dhaka that housed five garment factories. The catastrophe killed 1,135 workers and injured more than 2,500. One year after the deadliest disaster of its kind, we visit some of the victims and their families.
Photos by G.M.B. Akash.
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