In this Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 photo, Bangladeshi Rokeya Begum displays a 

In this Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 photo, Bangladeshi Rokeya Begum displays a photograph of her 18-year-old daughter Henna Akhtar, a sewing machine helper who died in the fire at Tazreen Fashions, in the garment district in Ashulia, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. When fire ravaged the Bangladeshi garment factory, killing 112 workers, dozens of their families did not even have a body to bury because their loved ones' remains were burned beyond recognition. Two months later, they have yet to receive any of the compensation they were promised - not even their relatives' last paychecks.  (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
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In this Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 photo, Bangladeshi Rokeya Begum displays a photograph of her 18-year-old daughter Henna Akhtar, a sewing machine helper who died in the fire at Tazreen Fashions, in the garment district in Ashulia, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. When fire ravaged the Bangladeshi garment factory, killing 112 workers, dozens of their families did not even have a body to bury because their loved ones' remains were burned beyond recognition. Two months later, they have yet to receive any of the compensation they were promised - not even their relatives' last paychecks. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
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