Tripoli defiant as UN starts second night of raids
Colonel Gaddafi and his supporters remain defiant as a second night of air strikes begins in Libya.
The BBC's correspondent in Tripoli says Saturday's "carnival-like" atmosphere amongst those loyal to the Libyan leader has hardened.
Libyan state television is reporting that 64 people have been killed in attacks by UN forces so far.
Alan Little reports.
20 Mar 2011
- From the section Africa