NATO bombs pro-Gaddafi forces' command, control facilities
NATO aircraft bombed command and control facilities of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces Monday night, the alliance announced on Tuesday, Xinhua reported.
"NATO conducted deliberate, multiple strikes against command and control facilities of the Gaddafi regime last night, including communications infrastructure used to coordinate attacks against civilians, and the headquarters of the 32nd Brigade located 10 km south of Tripoli," NATO said in a statement.
According to the statement, the headquarters has been used to "lead and coordinate military actions against the Libyan civilian population."
It has been one month since French fighter jets carried out the first airstrike against Gaddafi's forces, which is followed by the United States and Britain.
However, Gaddafi has shown no signs of stepping down, leaving the endgame of the military campaign elusive.