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Last week, nearly 300 workers in an H&M factory in Cambodia collapsed. 26-year-old factory employee Norn Leakhena said the "workers smelled something bad coming from the shirts," but deputy provincial police chief Ly Virak thinks the mass fainting was a result of the worker's poor health. As of now, the U.N.'s International Labour Organization has "not found any plausible causes so far." [Reuters]