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Photos: Pakistan factory fire

Updated 11:00 AM ET, Thu September 13, 2012
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A Pakistani morgue employee identifies the body of a worker who died in a garment factory fire in Karachi onTuesday. AFP/Getty Images
More than 280 Pakistanis perished in horrific fires that destroyed two factories in Karachi, Pakistan on Tuesday, September 12, 2012. The unprecedented industrial tragedy prompted calls Wednesday for an overhaul of poor safety standards. Pakistani women grieve as they wait at the morgue to identify their relatives who died in one of the fires. AFP/Getty Images
Police in Karachi filed a murder case Wednesday against the owners of a garment factory where a fire killed at least 258 people in the country's worst ever industrial disaster, officers said. AFP/Getty Images
On Wednesday, calls for an overhaul of poor safety standards were raised as Pakistanis gathered outside a Karachi garment factory following a fire Tuesday in which at least 258 people died. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistanis gather in Karachi in front of a garment factory following a fire Tuesday in which at least 258 people died. AFP/Getty Images
A Pakistani man weeps for his relative who was killed in the garment factory fire. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani men identify dead relatives at the EDHI Morgue in Karachi, a day after a garment factory fire killed more than 250 people. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani men wait alongside coffins for the bodies of their relatives who died in the garment factory fire. AFP/Getty Images
Pakistani men sort through what's left after a factory fire that killed more than 250 people in Karachi. AFP/Getty Images
A Pakistani rescue worker leaves the burned out garment factory in Karachi Wednesday, the day after a fire there left at least 258 people dead. AFP/Getty Images
Men stand in the rubble after a garment factory fire in Karachi. Police have registered a murder case against the owners of the factory, where at least 258 people died Tuesday. AFP/Getty Images