Jamaica unrest - who is to blame?
Jamaican security forces have defended their actions as at least 73 people have been killed in clashes between security forces and fighters loyal to a suspected drug trafficker sought by the US. What should be done to stop the violence?
Trouble began when the government announced it would arrest and extradite alleged druglord Christopher "Dudus" Coke to the US. His supporters set up barricades and said they would fight to protect him. It is not known if Mr Coke is still in Jamaica.
The government has denounced the unrest as a "calculated assault on the authority of the state". But supporters of Mr Coke say he is a community leader who feeds and supports poor residents - and ensures their security.
Are you in Jamaica? What is your experience of the civil unrest? Do you support the decision to extradite Mr Coke? Who is to blame for the troubles? What should the government do next?