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Surviving hell in a Bangladesh factory collapse

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SAVAR, Bangladesh (AP) -- Merina was so tired. It had been three days since the garment factory where she worked had collapsed around her, three days since she'd moved more than a few inches. In that time she'd had nothing to eat and just a few sips of water. The cries for help had long since subsided. The moans of the injured had gone silent. It was fatigue she feared the most. If sleep took...

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