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Members of the police inspect the garment factory after a devastating fire in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Nov. 25. A fire swept through Tazreen Fashion factory killing more than 100 people in the country's worst-ever factory blaze.
"Many jumped out from the windows and were injured, or died on the spot," said Milon, a resident. "We are appalled to see the charred bodies coming out of the factory since last night. It was an endless stream."
-- Reported by NBC News wire services
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A Bangladeshi woman cries as she claims the body of her relative killed in a fire at a garment factory outside Dhaka, Bangladesh, Nov. 25.
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Village women cover their noses to avoid smell of the burnt bodies as they gather near the ground where the bodies are kept for identification.
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Bangladeshi people identify the bodies of their relatives.
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Bangladeshi firefighters battle a fire at a garment factory in the Savar neighborhood of Dhaka, Bangladesh, late Saturday, Nov. 24.
A fire blew through an eight-story clothing factory in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh on Saturday night. The factory made products for Walmart and other U.S. companies. NBC's Kate Snow has more.