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    Pope's Visit: PANIC as Man Rushes Toward Moroccan King's Car (VIDEO)

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    Pope Francis arrived on 30 March in Morocco’s capital of Rabat for a two-day visit, with Moroccan King Mohammed VI welcoming the Pope in the airport.

    A man ran towards the car carrying the king of Morocco in a motorcade during the Pope's apostolic visit to Rabat that has been aired online. King Mohammed VI was standing in the open-top car waving at the people that lined on a street, moving alongside the pope's vehicle.

    The security guards have swiftly snatched the man, with the king's car speeding up slightly, but there was no other sign of agitation.

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    Earlier this week, Pope Francis said that he was coming "as a pilgrim of peace and fraternity". The Pope added that during the visit, he planned to meet with migrants and the local Christian community.


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