SIRTE, Libya (AP) - Moammar Gadhafi is dead. The man who ruled Libya as a dictator for 42 years, until he was pushed out this year by rebels in a bloody civil war, was killed today as revolutionary forces overwhelmed his hometown, which was the last major center of resistance. Libya's new prime minister confirms that Gadhafi has been killed -- saying, "We have been waiting for this moment for a long time." Details about the death are still emerging -- but initial reports from fighters say Gadhafi had been holed up with the last of his fighters in a furious battle with revolutionary forces targeting the last few buildings the Gadhafi loyalists held in his hometown. At one point, a convoy tried to flee the area and was blasted by NATO airstrikes, though it's not clear if Gadhafi was in the vehicles. Al-Jazeera TV showed video of a man resembling Gadhafi lying dead or severely wounded. Witnesses said his body was put on display in the nearby city of Misrata.