Anti-aircraft guns fired at NATO warplanes in Tripoli

TRIPOLI - Libyan government forces fired anti-aircraft guns at NATO warplanes from positions in central Tripoli on Thursday, a Reuters correspondent who heard the gunfire said.
The correspondent said coalition jets appeared to have increased the number of sorties over the capital and could be heard flying overhead throughout the morning and early afternoon.
No air strikes have been reported in Tripoli on Thursday.