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More than 50 bodies have been recovered overnight from the Bangladesh building collapse, bring the total to 761, according to authorities.
Officials in Dhaka, Bangladesh say that the death toll from the collapse of a clothing factory has now passed 700.
More than 600 people have died as a result of the garment-factory building collapse in Dhaka last month.
Officials have now recovered 610 bodies from the wreckage.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has called on Bangladesh to speed up the introduction of a new labour law, after more than 500 people were reported to have been killed when a building collapsed near the capital.
ILO's deputy director-general for field operations Gilbert Fossoun Houngbo said that international buyers needed to ensure their local business partner respected labour laws as well as building and construction standards:
Relatives of some of the victims of last week's Bangladesh factory disaster have said prayers at their gravesides in Dhaka.
As the death toll of the Bangladesh factory building that collapsed last Wednesday surpasses 500, the operation continues to recover bodies from the wreckage.
Police have said they have arrested an engineer who warned the day before that the eight-storey complex was unsafe.
Police said Adbur Razzak had been arrested because he had been involved in the original construction of the building.
His arrest brings the total number of people held over the disaster to nine.
Relatives of people presumed to have died face the daunting task of identifying their loved ones among lines of bodies that have been recovered.
The death toll of the Bangladesh factory building collapse has surpassed 500, police have said.
Emergency workers are continuing to recover bodies from the site, around 19 miles outside Dhaka.
Bangladeshi police have arrested an engineer they say was consulted on the construction of the collapsed factory just outside Dhaka.
The death toll from the collapse has risen to 487.
The death toll from the Bangladesh building collapse has risen to 450 people, authorities have said, as workers use cranes to remove the rubble.
The rescue effort is continuing at the site in Savar, around 19 miles outside Dhaka, though proceeding cautiously to keep bodies intact.
The official number of people missing stands at 149, though unofficial estimates are higher.
The mayor of the Bangladesh municipality was suspended from office on Thursday, according to a government minister.
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