Après les drame du Bangladesh – © Chappatte dans “Le Temps”, Genève
60% coton, 20% sweat, 20% blood, made in Bangladesh
A factory building, Rana Plaza, in Bangladesh collapsed about two weeks ago, killing one third of its workers (slaves), so about 1 000 people. Rescuers found a woman named Reshma in the remains of the second floor. Soldiers were reported to have been preparing to break through a large concrete slab at about 15:15 local time (10:15 GMT) on Friday when the woman was discovered.
Rana Plaza had housed several factories that made clothes for companies including Western retailers, like UK’s Primark (they deny having any business there)