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English/Nat The Pope has led an open air mass for one (m) million Filipinos on the busiest day yet of his five day visit to the Philippines. The Pontiff also met Filipino bishops, attended the 25th anniversary of a Catholic radio station, and was to meet with young people at an evening vigil. Security has been tightened during the visit as police hunt suspected Muslim extremists alleged to be plotting bomb attacks against the Pope. About a million people filled the grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Centre, beside Manila Bay, to hear a mass celebrated by Pope John Paul II. The mass celebrating 400 years of Christianity in the Philippines took place on Saturday morning, but some worshippers came as early as Friday evening. The Pontiff was given a warm welcome by the crowd when he arrived on board his "pope mobile". Waving "Viva Il Papa" flags, they sang hallelujah as he passed. The Pope waved and blessed people as he approached the altar. The atmosphere was festive, but some people had to be treated for heat exhaustion during the mass and hospital officials say a 74-year old woman died of a heart attack. One woman who wanted to take communion at the hand of the Pope was stopped by security men . Security forces are on alert after reports of a plot by Muslim extremists to carry out attacks during the Pope's visit to the Philippines. Security at Manila's international airport has been reinforced as the reported threat includes possible attacks on U.S. commercial airlines flying over the Pacific. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d17765a3eddd02da86d6329bb57376ad Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

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