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Bangladeshi firefighters pull a man from the mud Wednesday in Rangamati, after a landslide there killed scores of people. As rescue workers continue to search the area for missing people, authorities warn that the death toll is likely to rise. Stringer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bangladeshi villagers evacuate to cyclone shelters in Cox's Bazar district on Tuesday, as more than 350,000 people fled coastal villages to avoid Cyclone Mora. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bangladeshi activists mark the fourth anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse at the site where the building once stood in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka, on April 24. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Workers at a brick factory toil through sweltering heat to shape, dry and bake bricks. The work is seasonal and labor-intensive. The manager says if he has openings, he'll give a job to anyone willing to do the work. Michael Sullivan for NPR hide caption

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Long-Persecuted Rohingya Find Refuge, But Not Acceptance, In Bangladesh

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The Balukali refugee camp, located about an hour's drive south of the seaside tourist city of Cox's Bazar, is one of many informal camps in southern Bangladesh. An estimated 2,000 Rohingya families who fled neighboring Myanmar live in Balukali. Michael Sullivan for NPR hide caption

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Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Describe Military Tactic Of Systematic Rape

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Minara Begum (left) and her sister, Rajna Begum, served coconut Mishti (sweets) at the first Bandhu Gardens pop-up at Rose's Fine Food last July. Courtesy of Andrew Miller hide caption

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Babu, 8, works at a brick factory in Narayanganj, Bangladesh. KM Asad/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Study: Child Laborers In Bangladesh Are Working 64 Hours A Week

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A relative tries to console Semin Rahman (covering face), whose son is missing after militants took hostages in a restaurant popular with foreigners in Dhaka, Bangladesh. AP hide caption

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Bangladesh In Mourning After Gunmen Kill 20 Hostages In A Cafe

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People walk past a TV screen showing a poster of Sony Picture's "The Interview" in a news report, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea. The FBI says North Korea hacked into Sony Pictures computer systems as retribution for the film. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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