Heavily armed soldiers are patrolling the streets of Mongolia's capital after five people were killed in post-election riots.
Some 8,000 people stormed the capital city Ulan Bator late Tuesday over alleged vote rigging.
Protestors destroyed buildings, torched cars and pelted police with rocks.
The government has declared a four-day state of emergency.
CBN News talked on the phone with an American Christian who is in the Mongolian capital.
Click the play button for some of his comments. Click here to listen to the entire interview.