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What can be done about working conditions in Bangladesh?

This week, the Star’s editorial board looks at what can be done about working conditions in Bangladesh’s garment factories in the wake of a devastating building collapse. And we talk about Jason Collins, the NBA player who came out as gay this week, becoming the first openly gay athlete in any of the big four American sports leagues.

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