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DHAKA - Workers' rights campaigners are marking the 10th anniversary of Bangladesh's deadliest factory fire by urging more brands to sign up to the International Accord for Safety and Health in the Textile and Garment Industry.

More than 180 brands have so far signed up to the accord which was established in September 2021 to make global fashion companies legally responsible for the safety of the supply chain workers who make their clothes.

Ten years ago today, at least 112 garment workers were killed, many of them because they were unable to escape locked exits and barred windows in a blaze at the Tazreen Fashions factory on the outskirts of Dhaka.

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