The children who work for 20p a day to make jeans for the West: Shocking pictures reveal how youngsters are crammed into squalid sweatshops in Bangladesh slums
These are the photographs that show the grim reality for thousands of children in Bangladesh who are forced to work crippling hours stitching labels into our jeans. Despite continued campaigns and intermittent outrage, a photographer has revealed both the shocking lack of safety controls inside some of Bangladesh's unregulated clothes 'factories' as well as the grueling routines of the children that work there. Informal factories' are companies not officially registered in Bangladesh producing garments for the local and sometimes the Indian market.
Cameron's war cabinet: PM tells ministers Britain could bomb ISIS in Syria tomorrow night as up to ONE HUNDRED Labour MPs prepare to defy Corbyn to back airstrikes
David Cameron (top right) today briefed Cabinet ministers, including Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and Defence Secretary Michael Fallon (bottom right) on the details of military action, including explicitly ruling out British boots on the ground, with MPs due to vote after a seven-hour debate at 7pm tomorrow. The government is set to secure the 'clear majority' he demanded after Jeremy Corbyn, pictured leaving his London home today, was pressured into abandoning plans to force all Labour MPs to vote against intervention. Polls suggest more than half of voters support military action to defeat ISIS in Syria.
Real life Call of Duty: Jihadists attach go-pro to a tank and a drone to film terrifying propaganda video of battle against Iranian forces
The Nusra Front, an Al-Qaeda ally in Syria, released the three-minute clip made up of footage taken from GoPro cameras attached to a tank and a drone as they attacked a town in Aleppo. The effect is a video that has chilling echoes of first-person shooter video games like Call of Duty.
World's biggest tower gets the go ahead: Saudi developer to build 3,280ft skyscraper costing a cool $2BILLION
Previously dubbed 'Kingdom Tower', the 170-storey building is to rise more than a kilometre (3,280 feet), surpassing Dubai's Burj Khalifa as the world's highest building. The Burj Khalifa, stands at 2,716 feet. New York City's Freedom Tower, currently the fifth tallest in the world, is dwarf-like at 1,792 feet. Kingdom Holding Co, chaired by billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, said its affiliate Jeddah Economic Company had reached a more than $2 billion financing deal with Saudi Arabia's Alinma Investment to finish the Jeddah Tower in the Red Sea city , and boasted they were 'on the verge of building a floor every four days.