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Thursday, 3 June 2010

Drug gang battles police outside hospital - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)


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Drug gang battles police outside hospital - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation): "latest confrontation was outside Kingston Public Hospital, where witnesses say masked gunmen attacked security forces in an attempt to get to the bodies of slain gang members inside.
Three days of violence have left at least 31 dead and dozens injured as Jamaican security forces search for gang leader Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, who is wanted in America on drug trafficking charges.
US authorities have been pressing for his extradition and the State Department says it is watching developments closely.
'The United States government and government of Jamaica continue to work collaboratively to ensure the safety and security of our citizens,' White House spokesman PJ Crowley said.
The Jamaican government has declared a state of emergency and some international flights into Kingston have been cancelled."


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