Residents of a battle-scarred slum once controlled by Jamaica's biggest underworld boss rallied on Wednesday to demand accountability and justice for a deadly 2010 raid into their community.
Around 100 demonstrators marched to Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller's offices.
A handful of organisers and residents delivered a petition calling for an international inquiry into the raid.
Most were from Tivoli Gardens, a public housing complex in West Kingston where at least 73 civilians were killed when security forces raided it during a state of emergency.
Organiser Lloyd D'Aguilar of the Tivoli Committee and the Campaign for Social and Economic Justice said the demonstrators wanted a response within 30 days.
Lawyer Hannah Harris-Barrington said she hoped to involve the United Nations and international courts because of "a major cover-up" being perpetrated in Jamaica.
"People are dead and missing," she told the rally.
"We need international attention now because otherwise this is going to happen again."
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