Bangladesh marks May Day with safety demands
Thousands of workers march through Bangladesh’s capital on May Day demanding safety at work after the collapse of a factory building which has left at least 400 people dead, and injured 2,500.
More Bangladesh building collapse survivors ‘unlikely’
Rescue officials in Bangladesh say they are unlikely to find any more survivors in the rubble of a factory building and are now using heavy cranes to lift concrete blocks off the wreckage.
Fire breaks out in Bangladesh factory wreckage
Rescuers battling to free survivors from the rubble in Dhaka are forced to stop as smoke pours from the shattered concrete.
Four arrests made in Bangladesh factory collapse
Two factory bosses and two engineers are arrested in Bangladesh after the collapse of a low-cost garment factory killed 352 earlier this week, with around 900 people still missing.
Dhaka building collapse: more than 300 dead
As rescuers comb the wreckage of a factory building where hundreds of people have died, the Bangladeshi foreign minister tells Channel 4 News that higher clothes prices could improve workers’ lives.
Bangladesh building collapse: death toll likely to rise
Protests erupt in Bangladesh as the death toll from the collapse of a building supplying western retailers rises above 230. Rescuers fear many more bodies could still be trapped.
Bangladesh building collapse: what price fast fashion?
As the garments industry in Bangladesh suffers yet another fatal disaster costing hundreds of lives, Channel 4 News examines why such incidents keep on occurring, and the role of western fashion.
Collapsed Bangladeshi factory supplies Primark, 96 dead
Bosses at the Primark clothing chain say they are “shocked and saddened” as 96 people are killed and hundreds injured in an eight-storey building in Bangladesh containing garment suppliers.
FactCheck: are we right to pull up Pakistan over taxes?
MPs have warned that Pakistan gets a lot of British cash, but doesn’t collect enough from its own citizens. Are they right?
India's great wall – the world's deadliest frontier
Fortress India is building a new fence along the Bangladeshi border and over a thousand miles have been completed so far. The project, which began in 2000, is inspired by Israel’s wall in the West Bank, and since the killing of over 170 people by Islamist militants in Mumbai last November, construction is accelerating.