DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) - Many of the people killed in last week's collapse of an 8-story garment factory in Bangladesh already have been buried, but the death toll continues to rise.
Police say 20 bodies were recovered overnight, bringing the death toll to at least 430. And another 149 people are still missing.
On Wednesday, a mass Muslim funeral was held for 34 victims whose bodies were too battered or decomposed to be identified. Cemetery workers have dug several long rows of graves where scores more unidentified bodies are expected to be buried in the coming days.
Rescue workers believe more bodies are buried on the building's ground level, and they're using cranes and cutting machines to clear the tons of rubble.
Five garment factories occupied upper floors of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that collapsed April 24, a day after huge cracks appeared in the building and police ordered an evacuation. The owner of the building is accused of telling tenants it was safe despite the order.