TRIPOLI - Libyan government forces pulled out from the city of Ajdabiyah on Saturday following an air assault by Western coalition forces, a senior government official said.
"They (Western forces) were heavily involved, so the Libyan armed forces decided to leave Ajdabiyah this morning," Khaled Kaim, a deputy foreign minister, told reporters.
He also accused Western coalition forces of directly aiding rebels fighting against leader Muammar Gaddafi.
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