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Bangladesh building collapse death toll crosses 200 2013-04-25 0:00
With over 200 people killed in one of the worst building collapses in Bangladesh, thousands of distraught people on Thursday watched rescuers search for their loved ones trapped under the rubble of the eight-story complex that had come crashing down within seconds.
"So far 204 bodies were retrieved and 2,013 people were rescued alive from under the debris," Major General Abul Hassan Sarwardy, overseeing the rescue campaign, told reporters on the outskirts of Dhaka, where the tragedy took place Wednesday morning.
Sarwardy, who is the general officer commanding of army’s Savar-based 9th Division, said that the highly trained military and fire brigade rescuers would continue to search for those who were still trapped under tons of debris.
"They are cautiously penetrating inside the wreck using concrete and rod cutters and retrieving the bodies manually ... use of heavy equipment could collapse the building further causing more casualties," he said.
The Rana Plaza, an eight-storey commercial building, housed three garment units supplying Western clothes retailers, a bank branch and around three hundred shops.
Locals said around 3,500 workers, mostly women, of the garment factories were working when the tragedy struck.
Meanwhile, national flag flew at half-mast as Bangladesh declared a day of mourning on Thursday.
Director of the Industrial Police Mostafizur Rahman has blamed the garment factory owners for the collapse, as they were operating their units ignoring the cracks spotted in the building on Tuesday.
"The Industrial Police had asked the owners of the factories to suspend operations after cracks were noticed in Rana Plaza. We had asked them to operate the factories only after a structural inspection by engineers," Rahman said.
Bangladesh’s booming garment industry has been plagued by fires and other accidents for years. The country witnessed the last major building collapse in 2005 when over 70 people were killed after a multi-storey garment factory collapsed in the same area.
EU Must Get Ready: UN Predicts 1.4 MILLION Migrants to Arrive in Next Two Years 2015-10-04 3:05 Comment: The UN know and encourage these kinds of numbers to come into Europe, see comment below the article for more.
The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) announced that it expects 700,000 migrants and refugees to reach Europe via the Mediterranean this year and predicted at least the same amount again in 2016.
A spokesman for UNHCR Adrian Edwards confirmed that the figures ...
Oops: Did CNN Just Admit the U.S. Is Working with ISIS? & The ISIS Conspiracy 2015-10-04 1:33 Because we wouldn't want Russia to have an accidental skirmish with the U.S.-led ISIS coalition, now would we?
The ISIS Conspiracy
By Brandon Martinez
The ISIS Conspiracy is a video series created by independent journalist and writer Brandon Martinez and is based on his book The ISIS Conspiracy: How Israel and the West Manipulate Our Minds Through Fear. In Part I Martinez ...
Sydney: Activists deliver petition to send refugees to PM's electorate 2015-10-04 0:19
Police confronted activists concerned with plans to resettle 12,000 Syrian refugees in Australia during a political stunt staged outside the house of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney on September 27, 2015.
Watch the video here: Sydney: PM urged to resettle Muslim refugees in eastern suburbs
Members of the right-wing Party For Freedom delivered a petition urging the PM to resettle the ...
Jews In America Demand Washington Admit More Syrian â€śRefugeesâ€ť 2015-10-03 23:09 In what is becoming a re-occurring theme here on this website, the organized Jewish community in America is once again openly and self-righteously demanding the United States accept as â€śrefugeesâ€ť even more unskilled, uneducated, backwards people who have no ties to or affinity towards this country and its traditions.
As noted here recently, the organized international Jewish community, countless Jewish charities ...