Bangladesh factory collapse: More buildings declared unsafe

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Two months after the collapse of a factory in Bangladesh, new building inspections have revealed that six out of every 10 factories there are unsafe.

More than 1,000 people were killed when pillars supporting the Rana Plaza factory building gave way.

Most of the clothing produced in Bangladesh is sold in Europe and the US but, as Yalda Hakim reports from Dhaka, factories that have been declared unsafe are still full of workers.

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