An oil slick has choked up to 50 kilometres of the Shela river in Bangladesh after a fuel barge sank on Thursday following a collision with an oil
A Greek court decided to acquit farm workers who shot 28 Bangladeshi strawberry pickers on Wednesday. The owner of the farm in Manolada and a
The owner of a Bangladesh clothing factory where 112 workers died in a fire is wanted on murder charges, it’s emerged.
A court issued an arrest
Police forces used tear gas and rubber bullets to break up new protests by workers in Bangladesh who are calling for a bigger increase in their
Islamist leader Ghulam Azam has been found guilty of crimes against humanity during Bangladesh’s 1971 war of independence and has been sentenced to
US senators have pressed President Barack Obama to suspend trade benefits with Bangladesh until it can improve its working conditions.
There has been plenty of soul searching and remorse in the wake of last month’s deadly tradegy at a Bangladesh clothing factory, but will there be
This week’s Learning World gives three perspectives on the educational gender gap that exists in the developing world.
Second chance for married
The road from the Copenhagen to Cancun climate talks later this month has been a long and potholed one. Money promised for the most vulnerable
Improving food security in developing countries has become an urgent global issue. With more than a billion people suffering from hunger, the