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care on Pope's visit to Morocco as man charges at king's motorcadeA man ran towards a car carrying the

Moroccan king shortly after the arrival of Pope Francis in the North African

nation on Saturday. He was swiftly seized by security guards, live TV footage from the state broadcaster showed. King Mohammed VI was standing up in the open-top car waving at crowds lining a street in Rabat, travelling in a motorcade alongside the popes vehicle. The kings car sped up slightly, but there was no other sign of disruption. It was not immediately clear what the man was trying to do. Security staff were quick to respond to the man A man can be seen running at the Moroccan kin

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e. The monarch is known as the commander of the faithful in Morocco, where 99% of the population is Muslim. King Mohammed VI (R) smiles to the crowd during a

welcoming ceremony (Image: AFP/Getty Images) King Mohammed VI (R) wave

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nd dead floating in Canary Island hotel pool Pope Francis will visit an institute where around 1,300 students are studying to become imams and preachers, teaching moderate Islam and backed by the king. During the visit, Francis is due to hear from two students -- one African and one Eu0k2021马会官方网站 ropean -- as well as a statement by Moroccos Ministry of Islamic Affairs.

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