NATO Airstrikes Damage Moammar Gadhafi’s Compound

NATO says its airstrikes on Libya are increasingly targeting the government's command and control facilities. Strikes today hit Moammar Gadhafi's compound in Tripoli, destroying a library building and damaging a reception hall for visiting dignitaries. But it's unclear whether Gadhafi himself was anywhere near at the time. A security official at the scene says four people had minor injuries. Gadhafi's is striking a tone of defiance. Libya's state news agency quotes Saif (sayf) al-Islam Gadhafi as saying NATO's efforts are doomed to fail because “millions of Libyans” support his father. Today's strike follows the government's renewed bombardment of Misrata. The battle for the besieged rebel city has claimed hundreds of lives in the past two months, including at least 32 over the weekend. Stay with 9&10 News for the latest from Libya. (Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)