A peace deal to end weeks of fighting in the Iraqi city of Najaf appears to be going to plan after fighters left the mosque they were using as a base.
The fighters, followers of the Shia preacher Moqtada Sadr, had been locked in battles with US-led forces.
The peace talks were led by Iraq's top Shia leader Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani.
Mr Sadr was reported to have handed over the keys to the mosque. Speakers were broadcasting a message from him, telling his fighters to leave the area.