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Bangladesh officials point fingers in several directions on cause of deadly fire

DHAKA, Bangladesh - Investigators on Friday were still trying to determine what sparked an explosive fire in a densely packed historic section of the Bangladeshi capital that killed 67 people and injured as many as 41.

Officials offered differing views, suggesting that an errant gas cylinder, a faulty transformer or flammable chemicals could have

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