Squatters Invade Gaddafi's U.K. Home

Col. Gaddafi may be finding success in pushing Libya’s opposition army out of their strongholds, but the rebels have already conquered a symbolic territory in London: The mansion of the leader’s son, Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi. Squatters with ties to Libya’s ragtag opposition army have claimed the $5 million estate as their own, watching Al Jazeera on the big screen televisions and rooting on their friends and family back home. “We wanted to show our solidarity the best way we know how,” said one of the squatters.