Report: Libyan government forces enter Sirte

By REUTERS
September 15, 2011 18:32

 
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CAIRO - Libyan forces loyal to the interim govt have entered the city of Sirte from the western and southern sides, a correspondent for the Al Jazeera television channel reported on Thursday.

The channel, which carried the news in a brief headline, did not give further details.

Al Arabiya also carried a report that government forces had entered Sirte through the western gate of the city.

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