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Breaking stigma of Bangladesh acid victims

Working in a beauty parlour has helped Bangladesh acid attacks survivors come to terms with what they went through.

Last updated: 28 Dec 2013 09:52
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Victims of acid attacks in Bangladesh are often stigmatised by society and left isolated by their families.

Many find it hard to find work because employers are put off by their scars.

But some have found jobs in an unlikely setting.

Al Jazeera's Shamim Chowdhury reports from Dhaka.

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