Rebel fighters in the Democratic Republic of Congo have threatened to march on the capital, Kinshasa, after capturing the eastern city of Goma.
The M23 rebel commander told a crowd in Goma they were ready to topple President Joseph Kabila.
The rebels have also taken a small town near Goma, which is on the road to the region’s other main city, Bukavu.
Meanwhile, Mr Kabila is holding crisis talks with his Rwanda and Ugandan counterparts.
In a joint statement, the three - Mr Kabila, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda - called on the M23 to “immediately stop [its] offensive and pull out of Goma”.