We're ending our live coverage of the dramatic events in Burkina Faso, where street protests have shaken the 27-year rule of President Blaise Compaore and left at least five people dead. The president has declared a state of emergency and promised talks with protesters.
But this could be a case of too little, too late, with several reports now of high-level meetings between the opposition and army. This live page will close but you can follow further developments on the BBC News website.
We leave you with this image from today of two young protesters - standing at a crossroads for their country.