The anti-Gaddafi coalition fighter jets are into a second day of air raids on Libyan military and government premises. Tripoli has witnessed loud blasts and smoke rising from the area near Gaddafi’s compound, the BBC reports.
Libya’s air defences have been effectively degraded so the coalition air forces meet no confrontation from the ground. Earlier four Danish F16 fighters returned home after a five-hour patrol mission. Denmark has commissioned six fighter jets and 132 troops to fight the regime of Col Gaddafi now accused of tyranny in Libya.