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Border Guard Bangladesh - have detained an Indian national from Benapole, a border town with India, for possessing contraband gold.
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One year on from the Rana Plaza tragedy, the UK continues to help British retailers source their clothes from safety-inspected factories On the first anniversary of the tragic factory collapse in Bangladesh - which killed more than 1,100 people - Development Minister Alan Duncan called on British businesses to remain a force for good in the ... (more)
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Western fashion brands faced pressure Thursday to increase help for victims of the world's worst garment factory accident, as mass protests marked the one-year anniversary of the Bangladesh disaster that cost 1,138 lives.
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One year after the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in a pile of concrete slabs and twisted metal, Bangladeshi seamstress Shefali says she would rather starve to death than return to factory work.
16 hrs ago | RTE.ie
A year on from the world's worst garment factory disaster a "miracle" survivor, who was plucked from the rubble in Bangladesh after 17 days, has married and found a new job.
Two Australian companies still have not signed a safety accord for Bangladeshi garment workers, a year after more than 1,000 people died in a building collapse, ABC News reports.
When the Rana Plaza factory building collapsed in the Bangladesh capital, Dhaka, last year, 1,129 garment workers were killed, crushed under eight stories of concrete.
Western fashion brands faced pressure on Thursday to honour promises to care for Bangladesh's victims of the world's worst garment factory accident, ahead of protests on the first anniversary of the disaster that cost 1,138 lives.
It's not the first time, and it likely won't be the last: Bangladesh's International Crimes Tribunal has demonstrated little tolerance for criticism of its activities.
In front of the Rana Plaza site, Abdur Rahman holds a photo of his wife, Cahyna Akhter, who was killed there.
A Bangladesh court ruled Wednesday opposition leader Khaleda Zia should stand trial for embezzlement in a case that could see her jailed for life, a prosecutor said.
Bangladeshi musician, designer and voice for change, the thirty-something Anusheh Anadil transcends boundaries and causes with grit and positivity.
Nazma Akhter, left, and her daughter, Riza, 10, stand outside their home in a slum in Ashulia, a suburb of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Rasheda Khatun, a woman of thirty and wife of Md. Nazrul Islam of Mollikpara village in Masra Union in Sirajganj Sadar upazila could do nothing but watch flood come in last September and ruin her life.
Four environmentalists, sued for protesting occupation of Dhanmondi playground, received bail after surrendering before a court in the capital today.
Campaigners are working hard to make sure that tragedies such as the Rana collapse do not happen again.
Relatives mourn as they show pictures of garment workers, who are believed to be trapped under the rubble of the collapsed Rana Plaza building, in Savar, 30 km outside Dhaka April 28, 2013.