Workers protest, officials questioned in fire's aftermath

The Bangladesh factory that burned in a fire that killed at least 112 workers Saturday was no longer authorized to make apparel for Wal-Mart, and the retailer said it has cut ties with a supplier that contracted with the firm. Workers from other Bangladesh garment factories staged protests this week, and police said they have detained three officials from factory owner Tazreen Fashions.

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