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Morocco: King Mohammed VI had heart surgery successfully

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI “successfully” underwent an operation at the Rabat palace clinic after a “recurrence of heart rhythm disorder such as atrial flutter,” his medical team announced. The 56-year-old monarch underwent a “complementary ablation by radiofrequency”, which resulted in a “complete success” with “restoration of normal heart rhythm,” his medical team said in a statement relayed by the Moroccan news agency (MAP) on Sunday night.

In February 2018, the king of Morocco had undergone “successfully” a similar operation in a Parisian clinic. Mohammed VI has reigned over Morocco since July 1999, when he succeeded his father Hassan II.

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