It's been two weeks since a factory collapsed in Bangladesh and the death toll has now surpassed 900. Take a look at images of the disaster.
The eight-story Rana Plaza build that collapsed is located in Savar, a suburb of the capital, Dhaka, and was home to five garment factories.
Authorities keep pulling more bodies from the rubble, though more than 2,400 people were rescued alive after the April 24 accident.
The building collapse quickly became the worst tragedy in the history of the global garment manufacturing industry. The disaster has raised alarm about the often deadly working conditions in Bangladesh's $20 billion garment industry, which provides clothing for major retailers around the globe.
Adding to the disaster was a separate incident in which eight people were killed when the fire swept through the garment factory in an industrial district of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka on May 8.
Members of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) present building owner Mohammed Sohel Rana (C) and an unidentified acquaintance (L) of Rana's to the media in Dhaka, after Rana's arrest April 28, 2013. Rana's arrest ended a four-day manhunt that began after Rana Plaza collapsed.
Rana and other factory bosses are under investigation over accusations they ordered workers to enter the premises on the day of the collapse despite cracks in the structure the day before.
Workers dig mass graves during a mass burial of unidentified garment workers who died in the building collapse.
Rescue workers rescue a garment worker from the rubble of the collapsed building.
Rescue workers continue to search for bodies buried beneath the ruins.
People gather in front of Rana Plaza building as rescue workers continue their operations.
Family and friends mourn those who are still missing (seen here posted on a wall) after the collapse of the Rana Plaza building.
To read more about the recent Bangladesh garment factory fire, click here.
And to take a look at images of the world's worst natural disasters, click here.
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