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Bangladesh reduces child death rates

Country manages to surpass expectations by reducing child deaths by two-thirds since 1990.

Last Modified: 14 Sep 2013 00:34
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The UN's children's agency is reporting fewer infants are dying worldwide.

Bangladesh has surpassed expectations by reducing child deaths by two-thirds since 1990.

Al Jazeera's Maher Sattar reports from the capital Dhaka.

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