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Another factory collapse has claimed the lives of three more people, this time in Cambodia. The factory was under contract with Japanese shoe company Asics and they've issued this statement: "We have confirmed that two people have died [one more occurred later in the hospital], and others will be grieving, so for now, we would like to offer our condolences." [The Cut]