Bangladesh defended Tuesday its decision to snub foreign aid after the collapse of a garment factory complex where at least 388 people died as the UN revealed it had offered specialist help to find survivors.
Bangladeshis march in the street demanding the death sentence for owner of Rana Plaza, Sohel Rana in Dhaka, on April 30, 2013. Bangladesh has defended its decision to snub foreign aid after the collapse of the garment factory complex where at least 388 people died.
With the death toll from the country's worst ever industrial disaster still rising, the government faces criticism and angry protests over its handling of the tragedy and the lack of oversight blamed for the loss of life.
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