From Yochi J. Dreazen, the National Journal: Libya’s interim government has sent NATO commanders still pictures and video imagery which "leave no doubt" of Muammar el-Qaddafi’s death, a senior Western military official told National Journal.
The official said "other NATO assets" – an allusion to the Western intelligence operatives who have been on the ground in Libya for months aiding the rebels there – were en route to Surt to make final confirmation of the Libyan strongman’s death. . . .
NATO said on Thursday that it will convene a special session to determine if the air campaign in Libya should continue. On Tuesday, NATO spokesman Carmen Romero said the alliance was “very close to the end” of the seven-month military operation. (photo: NATO)