Moammar Gaddafi troops fired rockets into Libya's neighboring country Tunisia today.

Rebels told international media in the region that Gaddafi forces are attempting to cut off supplies to the rebel stronghold in Benghazi, Libya, coming along the Dehiba border crossing from Tunisia.

Although the Tunisian government refuses to provoke all-out conflict between the Gaddafi regime and its own foundling democracy but formally backing the rebels, it is believed that Tunisians, sympathetic to the rebel cause, are smuggling weapons into the war-torn nation.

Witnesses told international media that today's rockets caused no injuries in Tunisia.

Gaddafi forces killed 24 Libyan rebels in Port Brega, near the Mediterranean coast Sunday, and NATO reported that it carried out 62 air strikes on military targets in Tripoli Monday.

Meanwhile, Gaddafi played a game of chess with Russian envoy and head of the World Chess Federation, Kirsan Illyumzhinov.

Illyumzhinov's trip was originally designed to convince Colonel Gaddafi to accept impending loss and relinquish power to rebel forces.