FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 file photo, hundreds of Bangladeshi mourners watch as the bodies of a part of the victims of Saturday's fire in a garment factory are buried in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A Dhaka fire official said the Tazreen factory's fire safety certification had expired on June 30, and fire officials refused to renew it because the building did not have the proper safety arrangements. The factory did not have any fire exits for its 1,400 workers, many of whom became trapped by the blaze. Investigators said the death toll would have been far lower if there had been even a single emergency exit. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 file photo, hundreds of Bangladeshi mourners watch as the bodies of a part of the victims of Saturday's fire in a garment factory are buried in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A Dhaka fire official said the Tazreen factory's fire safety certification had expired on June 30, and fire officials refused to renew it because the building did not have the proper safety arrangements. The factory did not have any fire exits for its 1,400 workers, many of whom became trapped by the blaze. Investigators said the death toll would have been far lower if there had been even a single emergency exit. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 file photo, hundreds of Bangladeshi mourners watch as the bodies of a part of the victims of Saturday's fire in a garment factory are buried in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A Dhaka fire official said the Tazreen factory's fire safety certification had expired on June 30, and fire officials refused to renew it because the building did not have the proper safety arrangements. The factory did not have any fire exits for its 1,400 workers, many of whom became trapped by the blaze. Investigators said the death toll would have been far lower if there had been even a single emergency exit. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)
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