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Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound

Libya denounces allied air strike as an assassination attempt on ruler Muammar Gaddafi

Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
A general view shows the damaged offices of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi after they were hit by NATO bombs in the Bab Al Aziziya district of Tripoli on April 25, 2011 where a Libyan official said 45 people were wounded, 15 seriously (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
A picture shows the damaged offices of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi after they were hit by NATO bombs in the Bab Al-Aziziya district of Tripoli on April 25, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
Libyan rebels guard a post at the battle front of the strategic town of Ajdabiya on April 25, 2011. NATO bombs wrecked Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's office in his immense Tripoli residence, while besieged rebel-held Misrata came under fresh attack by rockets which a doctor said had reduced civilian victims to little more than ashes (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
A Libyan soldier (C) stands amid African immigrants who came to show support to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi after his offices were hit by NATO bombs (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
A wrecked car is seen outside the damaged offices of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi after they were hit by NATO bombs (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
A picture shows the damaged offices of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi after they were hit by NATO bombs (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
Spokesman of the Libyan government Mussa Ibrahim (C) speaks to reporters outside the damaged offices of Libyan leaderMuammar Gaddafi after they were hit by NATO bombs (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
Libyan rebels load a Grad missile into a rocket launcher at the battle front of the strategic town of Ajdabiya on April 25, 2011. NATO bombs wrecked Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's office in his immense Tripoli residence, while besieged rebel-held Misrata came under fresh attack by rockets which a doctor said had reduced civilian victims to little more than ashes (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
This photo taken on a guided government tour shows Libyans loyal to Muammar Gaddafi inspecting his office following a NATO airstrike in Bab Al Aziziyah in Tripoli early April 25, 2011. A Libyan official accompanying journalists at the scene said 45 people were wounded, 15 seriously, in the bombing. He added that he did not know whether there were victims under the rubble (AFP/Getty Images)
Nato bombing strikes target Gaddafi's Tripoli compound
This photo taken on a guided government tour shows Libyans loyal to Col. Muammar Gaddafi rallying to show their support following a NATO airstrike on Gaddafi's office (AFP/Getty Images)