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DHAKA - Bangladeshi rescuers have found a survivor in the rubble of a garment factory complex more than two weeks after it collapsed, the AFP reports.

"She has been located in a gap between a beam and a column. Her name is Reshmi. She may have reserves of water or have drunk some of the water that we've pumped into the building," Bangladeshi fire service chief Ahmed Ali told reporters.

The factory collapse killed more than 1,000 people on April 24. As of Friday morning, 1038 bodies had been recovered at the site, reports the AAP, with many more expected.

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