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Scores of sleeping workers killed in 'horrific' India factory fire

SBS Sunday, 8 December 2019
The cause of the blaze is not yet known but Delhi's fire services director told the Press Trust of India news agency that the site had been operating without the required fire safety clearances.
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News video: New Delhi factory fire: Dozens of workers sleeping inside killed

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Fire sweeps through multi-storey building as factory workers slept inside in a congested area of India's capital.

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