Bangladeshi textile bosses pleaded with Western clothing giants to keep doing business with them after nearly 400 people died in a factory collapse as hopes of finding more survivors faded.
Bangladeshi property tycoon Sohel Rana (C) is escorted into court in Dhaka on April 29, 2013. Bangladeshi textile bosses have pleaded with Western clothing giants to keep doing business with them after nearly 400 people died in the factory building collapse.
Organisers of the mammoth rescue effort ordered in cranes on Monday to clear the ruins of what was once an eight-storey factory compound before it caved in five days ago while some 3,000 textile workers were on shift.
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