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The Caribbean has become the new corridor for drug smugglers attempting to get into the US, since the tightening of the US-Mexico border. But drugs bring organised crime, murders and corruption into the islands.

Murder, shootings and drugs: another lazy day in the Caribbean

The Caribbean has become the new corridor for drug smugglers attempting to get into the US, since the tightening of the US-Mexico border. But drugs bring organised crime, murders and corruption into the islands.

There is a war on Jamaica's streets, with riots over Christopher "Dudus" Coke -- an alleged powerful drug lord -- leaving 44 dead. <b>Chris McGreal</b> examines the man behind the myth.

Why die for a drug lord?

There is a war on Jamaica's streets, with riots over Christopher "Dudus" Coke -- an alleged powerful drug lord -- leaving 44 dead. Chris McGreal examines the man behind the myth.

The body count in the streets of Kingston's slums continues to rise, with <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/may/26/kingston-jamaica-dudus-coke">at least 44 now dead</a>. The West -- and it's futile "war on drugs" -- has blood on its hands, says <b>Ben Bowling</b>.

Jamaica bleeds for the West’s war

The body count in the streets of Kingston's slums continues to rise, with at least 44 now dead. The West -- and it's futile "war on drugs" -- has blood on its hands, says Ben Bowling.

Jamaica's capital Kingston is in a state of emergency, with <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/may/25/jamaica-police-kingston-drug-violence">at least 30 dead</a> in bloody street battles as police hunt for local drug kingpin <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/may/24/profile-christopher-dudus-coke">Christopher "Dudus" Coke</a>. Things will likely get a lot worse before they get better.

Is Jamaica facing a civil war?

Jamaica's capital Kingston is in a state of emergency, with at least 30 dead in bloody street battles as police hunt for local drug kingpin Christopher "Dudus" Coke. Things will likely get a lot worse before they get better.

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