Authorities in Bangladesh are pressing murder charges against the owners of the Rana Plaza garment factory that collapsed and killed over 1,100 people in 2013.

Despite receiving complaints about cracks in the walls and other unsafe working conditions, the owners continued to force thousands of employees to work in the crumbling complex; 41 people will be served with murder charges and, if convicted, could face the death penalty.

Read about the rights abuses in the Bangladesh garment industry here and here.