Police in Bangladesh have arrested three supervisors from a clothing factory in which more than 100 people died during a fire.
They say the supervisors are accused of stopping workers from leaving the building and of padlocking exits.
Meanwhile, thousands of garment workers staged fresh protests outside Dhaka, demanding higher safety standards.
Government officials say preliminary information suggests the fire was an act of sabotage.
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