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Protesting Bangladeshi garments workers burn tires and furniture to block traffic, at Chittagong, 135 miles southeast of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010. Garment workers demanding the implementation of a new minimum wage clashed with police at an industrial zone in southeastern Bangladesh on Sunday, leaving up to three people dead and 100 hurt, police and news reports said. (AP Photo/ Alauddin Hossain Dulall)
Photo by: Alauddin Hossain Dulall
Protesting Bangladeshi garments workers burn tires and furniture to block traffic, at Chittagong, 135 miles southeast of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010. Garment workers demanding the implementation of a new minimum wage clashed with police at an industrial zone in southeastern Bangladesh on Sunday, leaving up to three people dead and 100 hurt, police and news reports said. (AP Photo/ Alauddin Hossain Dulall)

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