Libyan anti-aircraft guns continued to fire around the capital, Tripoli, last night as the air campaign by US and European forces entered a third night.
And while the UN-backed mission continues, criticism among some African leaders seems to be building.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has complained about the West and now, Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has joined him.
In a piece published in Uganda's New Vision newspaper this morning, Mr Museveni accuses the West of double standards.
BBC Network Africa's Joshua Mmali has been reading the president's opinion piece.
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