Whole Foods of Fashion
Fashion Startup Zady uses icons to let shoppers know where their organic clothes are made.
Rescuers dig for survivors in Bangladesh mudslide
Hundreds of rescuers -- including soldiers, firefighters, police and volunteers -- were still digging through vast piles of mud on Wednesday, a day after landslides killed at least 140 people in southeastern Bangladesh.
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Bangladesh Cafe Attack
Foreigners are being held hostage in an ongoing shooting and hostage situation at the cafe.
State Department 'Outraged' by Murder of US Embassy Worker in Bangladesh
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US Embassy Worker Hacked to Death in Bangladesh
The U.S. State Department said it was outraged by the murder of Xulhaz Mannan, an activist for the LGBT community.
Woman Survives 17 Days in Bangladesh Factory Rubble
The seamstress was trapped in the garment factory collapse that killed over 1,000 people.
Fire Erupts During Desperate Rescue In Bangladesh
Rescue efforts at rubble site now suspended due to massive fires ignited by torches.
Signs of Hope Emerge From Bangladesh Rubble
Nearly 30 survivors were pulled from debris as rescuers still hear voices of trapped victims.
Horrific Building Collapse Kills 300 People in Bangladesh
Overseas this evening tonight to bangladesh, where rescue workers are racing around the clock to save survivors trapped after that huge building collapse. Among them, we learned, two babies born underneath that debris. Here tonight, abc's mohamuhammad li lila. Reporter: With its desperate search
Bangladesh Garment Fire: Survivors Describe What Happened
And now, we are startling new details about the fire that killed more than 100 workers trapped inside their factory in bangladesh, making clothes for a lot of american companies. Abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross is back tonight with what the survivors now say really happened.