W Kingston death toll at 7 - Over 50 wounded in shootings between security forces, gunmen
THE GUNFIGHT between the security forces and gunmen continued yesterday for the second consecutive day in the western section of Kingston, with the police saying the casualties were seven shot dead and more than 50 wounded by bullets.
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