Indian residents stand near a gutted workshop in Ghaziabad, some 20 kms east of New Delhi on November 11, 2016. / AFP / CHANDAN KHANNA
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Thirteen workers died in a fire at a suspected illegal garment factory on the outskirts of the Indian capital, as they slept in the workshop early Friday.Local fire officer Abbas Hussain said two workers were rescued after they woke up when the fire started.A fire at a factory where leather bags were being stitched killed six workers in November 2013 in New Delhi.In November 2012, at least 111 workers were killed when a devastating fire engulfed a nine-story garment factory outside Dhaka.
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