"There Are Now Tanks in the Street. Getting Out."

While allied aircraft enter Libyan airspace, we now know the cease-fire didn't particularly "cease." Journalist Rob Crilly is in Benghazi and managed to post a report to his blog before leaving the roof of his building. "It came in from the sea, somewhere to the north. At first the residents of Benghazi cheered, believing it would herald the start of air strikes against Gaddafi forces still rumbling towards their city. 'Is it European,' shouted one. Then it swung back around the city, describing, a high, slow circle even as artillery shells pounded the outskirts of the city. If it was a Mirage then maybe it was one of Gaddafi’s last."

His full post, worth a read, is here.