Monday, May 2, 2011

King Mohamed VI visited the scene of the bombing of Marrakech

Marrakesh (Morocco) .- The King Mohamed VI of Morocco visited today in the cafeteria Argana Jemaah el Fna square in Marrakesh, where 16 people were killed last Thursday in a terrorist attack. The monarch walked for less than ten minutes on the cafe terrace Argana, from where he greeted thousands of Moroccans and tourists who were concentrated in the square, according to Efe found.

After examining the site accompanied by other authorities, Mohamed VI came down to the plaza and walked a few moments for her waving to the crowd. After visiting the scene of the attack, the sovereign, accompanied by his cousin Moulay Ismail Ibn Tofail went to hospital and the Avicenna military hospital of the "Red City", where several of the injured admitted.

Seven injured (five French and two Moroccans) are admitted to Ibn Tofail, while five (two Dutch, two French and a Moroccan) continue admitted to Ibn Sina. The attack on the cafeteria Argana was the bloodiest terrorist act that lives Morocco since suicide bombings of May 16, 2003 in Casablanca, which killed 45 people, including five Spanish.

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