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Chaotic scene as civilians work to put out another garment-factory fire in Bangladesh

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A worker calls for help as he is trapped in a garment factory after a fire broke out in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Nov. 26. The trapped worker was eventually rescued.

Just two days after a garment-factory fire that killed at least 112 people, another fire broke out at a garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Monday. This time, there were no reports that anyone had died in the blaze, but the chaos at the scene, where workers and civilians struggled to put the fire out themselves, highlighted unsafe conditions in an industry rushing to produce for major retailers around the world. Read story

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Civilians try to put out a fire at Sir Denim Limited garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Nov. 26.

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Civilians try to put out a fire at Sir Denim Limited garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Nov. 26.

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Bangladeshi firefighters and workers try to douse the fire at a garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Nov. 26.

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Hundreds of people watch the rescue effort after a fire at a garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Nov. 26.

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Bangladeshi firefighters carry an injured man from a garment factory fire on the outskirts of Dhaka on Nov. 26.

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Workers shout slogans as they protest on Nov. 26 against the death of their colleagues in Saturday's devastating fire at a garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Bangladeshi garment workers walk on the burned stairs of the nine-story Tazreen Fashion plant in Savar, about 30 kilometers north of Dhaka on Nov. 26. The factory was the scene of a fire on Saturday that killed at least 112 people.

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