Morocco’s King recovers from heart surgery

Morocco's King Mohammed VI heads the Muslim world's longest-ruling dynasty

The King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, has undergone successful heart surgery in France.

The Moroccan state news agency said the monarch would be able to resume his duties without any restrictions.

King Mohammed, who is 54, heads the Muslim world’s longest-ruling dynasty.

He was crowned in 1999 after his father, King Hassan II, died of a heart attack.