- Bangladesh strikes make working a dangerous move Updated: Nov-29-13 4:43 am
- Bangladesh announces polls despite boycott threat Updated: Nov-25-13 10:31 am
- Senator: Bangladesh still lags on labor rights Updated: Nov-22-13 5:24 pm
- Bangladesh to inspect safety of garment factories Updated: Nov-21-13 10:43 am
- Bangladesh police clash with garment workers Updated: Nov-19-13 10:37 am
- Bangladesh opposition rejects offer to join gov't Updated: Nov-18-13 8:25 am
- Bangladesh garment factories reopen after clashes Updated: Nov-14-13 1:07 am
- Dozens hurt in Bangladesh garment factory protest Updated: Nov-12-13 5:50 am
- 1 dead, scores hurt in latest Bangladesh protest Updated: Nov-10-13 10:49 am
- Bangladesh authorities arrest opposition leaders Updated: Nov-09-13 7:14 am
DHAKA, Bangladesh - The rickshaw driver was approaching an intersection in Bangladesh's capital when two men stopped his vehicle, doused it with gasoline and set it ablaze. The reason: He had gone to work.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Bangladesh's government announced Monday that it will hold parliamentary elections on Jan. 5 despite a boycott threat by opposition parties.
WASHINGTON - Bangladesh has yet to meet benchmarks set by the U.S. government for restoration of trade benefits suspended after a garment factory collapse that killed more than 1,100 people, an influential Democratic senator said Friday.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Bangladesh will begin inspections of its export-oriented garment factories on Friday to assess the buildings and how safe they are from fire and electrical accidents, an official said.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Police said they fired rubber bullets and tear gas Tuesday to disperse thousands of garment workers who rampaged through industrial towns in Bangladesh to protest the killing of two factory workers during a demonstration for higher wages.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - A U.S. official urged Bangladesh's feuding politicians on Monday to hold a dialogue to end their impasse, as the country's main opposition party rejected an invitation from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to join what she calls an all-party government to oversee national elections scheduled for January.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - More than 200 Bangladesh garment factories reopened Thursday after the country's prime minister stepped in to resolve clashes over minimum wages.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Riot police fired tear gas to battle thousands of stone-throwing garment workers who rampaged through two industrial towns in Bangladesh during a protest over wages Tuesday that closed at least 200 factories and left dozens of people injured, police said.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Opposition activists in Bangladesh clashed with police and ruling party members Sunday on the first day of a four-day general strike amid concerns by businesses that the country will suffer terribly if the ongoing chaos does not immediately stop.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Bangladeshi authorities have arrested three senior leaders of the main opposition party amid increasing tensions ahead of next year's elections, an official said Saturday.