Battling militias in Abidjan
It's a little quieter here in Abidjan right now, there's certainly a lull around the residence of Ivory Coast's disputed President Laurent Gbagbo, which is still under siege.
We expect a fresh attack on the compound at any moment though.
I am in the west of the city. There are lots of soldiers supporting Alassane Ouattara around me racing off in pick-up trucks. They say they are constantly having to battle militias loyal to Mr Gbagbo.
I've just spoken to a civilian who says 10 people were killed on his street last night by those militias.
The soldiers are sweeping through neighbourhoods rounding up young men they suspect may be involved.
There are in fact 200 of them here, they're being kept inside a carwash at a garage by the roadside. They're sitting on the floor looking very nervous.
The soldiers have also just brought in a woman. They claim she is a Liberian mercenary. She told me she's a Nigerian civilian. She looks very scared indeed.