RABAT (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's elderly King Abdullah flew out of Morocco on Friday at the end a holiday in the north African country, Morocco's state news agency MAP reported.
Moroccan newspapers had earlier said the king was staying until at least the weekend, but it was not clear if his visit had been cut short, or whether the media reports were wrong.
The movements and health of senior royals in Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, are closely watched because of their immense executive power.
King Abdullah, who turned 90 this year, had an operation in November, one of several in recent years, which kept him in hospital for nearly a month.
He was shown on Saudi television this week after chairing a cabinet meeting for the first time in months.
(Reporting By Aziz El Yaakoubi; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
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