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Saturday, 22 November, 1997, 11:17 GMT
Six dead in Bangladeshi earthquake
Six people are now feared to have died in the earthquake that struck the Bangladeshi port city of Chittagong on Friday.

Rescue workers say there could still be several people trapped in the ruins of a building that collapsed. The quake, which measured six on the Richter scale, was also felt in the capital, Dhaka, and in neighbouring Indian states. About 200 people were injured in Chittagong.

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