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Three Years After Global Garment Industry's Worst Disaster, 38 Indicted for Murder


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Three Years After Global Garment Industry's Worst Disaster, 38 Indicted for Murder

Andrea Germanos, staff writer

More than three years after the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory building near Dhaka killed over 1,100 people, a Bangladesh court on Monday formally charged 38 people with murder for their role in the catastrophe.

It's been described as the worst disaster in the global garment industry's history.


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It is good action is being taken. Those kinds of companies must be held accountable for mistreating its workers. I wonder if that was a Wal-Mart factory where the boss was asked why he employed children. He said: "They're not children, they're malnourished adults that look like children".


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The "World's Biggest Democracy" is not the USA. It's India. India is called that because it has more people than any other democracy in the world.