Pope Francis and King Mohammed VI of Morocco visit the Hassan Tower esplanade in Rabat, Morocco, March 30, 2019. (REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal)
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Pope Francis said Saturday that problems of migration would never be resolved by physical barriers but instead required social justice and correcting the world's economic imbalances.Francis, starting a two-day visit to Morocco, also backed Moroccan King Mohammed VI's efforts to spread a moderate form of Islam that promotes inter-religious dialogue and rejects any form of terrorism or violence in God's name.From the airport to the city centre, Francis, 82, was driven in a white popemobile on a drizzly day as the 55-year-old king rode beside him standing in a separate vehicle, a vintage black 1969 open-top Mercedes 600 Pullman.After the arrival ceremony Francis and the king were visiting an institute the monarch founded in 2015 for the training of imams and male and female preachers of Islam.
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