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2 years of Rana Plaza building collapse - 'Missing' victims add to Bangladesh factory collapse agony



Jamila Begum mother of Shayla Akter who was worked in Rana Plaza but after two years she didn't find out from Rana Plaza collapse.



General view of the site of Rana building collapse is seen on the second-year anniversary of the incident at Savar in Dhaka



 A clothes tag lies in the rubble of a garments factory that collapsed in Savar, near Dhaka



Bone fragments (C) lie on the site of the former Rana Plaza garment complex in Savar on the outskirts of Dhaka, almost two years after the disaster which saw more than 1,100 people dead in one of the world's worst industrial disasters. The collapse triggered international outrage and put pressure on European and US brands who had placed orders to improve the woeful pay and conditions at Bangladesh's 4,500 garment factories.


Mukti Megum survivor of Rana Plaza building collapse, the worst tragedy in the history of the global garment industry, sitting at the site of the accident in Savar



 A monument erected in memory of the victims of Rana Plaza building collapse, the worst in the history of the garment industry



two survivors of Rana Plaza building collapse, the worst tragedy in the history of the global garment industry, sitting at the site of the accident in Savar




Rana Plaza victims and their family members are still suffering from various kinds of physical and mental problems despite several initiatives taken to improve their living conditions over the last two years.

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