DHAKA, Bangladesh — Brig. Gen. Ali Ahmed Khan is a courageous man.
His fire service uniform is decorated with the medals and colors befitting his rank, but yet his eyes glisten as he recalls the horrific days of the rescue mission among the rubble of Rana Plaza, the eight-story garment manufacturing building here that collapsed just a little over a year ago, killing 1,133 people and stirring a global outcry that has put working conditions in the nation’s apparel industry permanently in the spotlight.
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