The Ship-Breakers Who Tear Apart Dead Cargo Vessels By Hand

On the Bangladeshi coast of the Bay of Bengal, past-their-prime oil tankers and cargo vessels are beached on the muddy shore like industrial, open-air graveyards. There, these massive ships are taken apart by men—"ship-breakers"—who toil hand-to-metal for minimal wages on the toxic, exceptionally dangerous sites. »5/06/14 10:20am5/06/14 10:20am