TRIPOLI, June 4 (Reuters) - Forces fighting for Libya’s internationally recognised government said on Thursday they had regained control over Tripoli and a military source with the eastern forces that have been attacking the capital said they were withdrawing.
The Government of National Accord (GNA) military operations room said in a statement it had control over all borders of the Tripoli city administrative area.
Separately, a military source in the eastern-based Libyan National Army (LNA) said it would complete its withdrawal on Thursday from the Tripoli districts of Ain Zara, Abu Salim and Qasr Ben Gashir towards a town near its stronghold of Tarhouna.
Reporting By Libya newsroom Editing by Gareth Jones
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