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Bangladesh survivors fear for work prospects

Factory workers left with lifelong injuries after April's deadly collapse fear they will never work again.

Last Modified: 07 Jun 2013 08:48
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Shareholders of the world's largest retailer Walmart are converging in the US state of Arkansas for the company's annual meeting.

Any decisions made will be closely followed in Bangladesh, where more than 1,100 people died after a garment factory collapsed in April.

Some survivors lost limbs and fear they will never work again.

Al Jazeera's Shamim Chowdhury reports from a hospital in Dhaka where some of the victims are recuperating.

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