BANGLADESH: Factory fire kills 110 garment workers
By Siddique Islam | 26 November 2012
Bangladesh is to hold a national day of mourning tomorrow (27 November) after at least 111 people were killed and another 100 injured in a garment factory fire on Saturday.
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