10 May 2013 Last updated at 10:35 ET
A woman has been pulled alive from the ruins of an eight-storey building that collapsed in a suburb of Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, 17 days ago.
Rescuers said the woman, named Reshma, was found in the remains of the second floor of the Rana Plaza after they heard her crying: "Please save me."
She has been taken to hospital, but is not thought to have serious injuries.
More than 1,000 are now confirmed to have died, most of them women working in clothes factories.
From CHINA DAILY One Chinese dead in US marathon blasts
Updated: 2013-04-17 08:03
An official at the consulate's press section, who was not authorized to give
his name, said thatone Chinese student was injured and another died in the
The official said a work group from the consulate was in Boston to investigate the situation andassist relatives of the victims.
The official Chinese news agency Xinhua reported that relatives have
requested that thedeceased not be identified.
Zhou Danling, the Chinese student injured in the Boston Marathon blasts,
is out of danger.Zhou was injured in the stomach and was sent to a local
She is now in stable condition. The Chinese Consulate General in New York
went into emergency mode after the blasts, sending staffers to Boston and getting casualty informationabout Chinese nationals