SHOTLIST:

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Dhaka, Bangladesh - April 27, 2013

1. Various outside courtroom

2. Objects burning on street

3. People protesting, riot police

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Savar, Bangladesh - File

4. Various of collapsed building, people trapped

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

A CHAOTIC SCENE OUTSIDE A COURTS BUILDING IN BANGLADESH ... TWO GARMENT FACTORY OWNERS IN CUSTODY IN CONNECTION WITH THE COLLAPSE OF A SHODDILY-CONSTRUCTED BUILDING ... WHERE AT LEAST 348 PEOPLE HAVE DIED.

IN ALL, SIX HAVE BEEN ARRESTED ... INCLUDING TWO GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS.

THIS COMES AS DEMONSTRATORS TAKE TO THE STREETS HERE ... LIGHTING FIRES, CHANTING SLOGANS AGAINST THE BUILDING'S OWNERS.

THE PROTESTS TURNED VIOLENT ... BRINGING OUT RIOT POLICE.

RESCUE WORKERS SAY VOICES OF SURVIVORS ARE GROWING WEAKER IN THE RUBBLE ... THE FOURTH DAY PEOPLE HAVE BEEN PINNED.

BUT THE ARMY SAYS 29 SURVIVORS WERE PULLED FROM THE DEBRIS.

LEE POWELL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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