Italian police, left, and carabinieri cars are parked outside St. Peter's Square, at the V atican, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 As 100.000 pilgrims are expected to crowd St. Peter's Square for the last Angelus prayer of Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday morning, the Rome municipality is expected to increase by more then 30% the law enforcement agents, volunteers and transportation, while more then 2000 cctv security cameras will monitor the Roman territory with dozens aiming only at the areas surrounding the Vatican. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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Italian police, left, and carabinieri cars are parked outside St. Peter's Square, at the V atican, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 As 100.000 pilgrims are expected to crowd St. Peter's Square for the last Angelus prayer of Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday morning, the Rome municipality is expected to increase by more then 30% the law enforcement agents, volunteers and transportation, while more then 2000 cctv security cameras will monitor the Roman territory with dozens aiming only at the areas surrounding the Vatican. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
Italian police, left, and carabinieri cars are parked outside St. Peter's Square, at the V atican, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 As 100.000 pilgrims are expected to crowd St. Peter's Square for the last Angelus prayer of Pope Benedict XVI on Sunday morning, the Rome municipality is expected to increase by more then 30% the law enforcement agents, volunteers and transportation, while more then 2000 cctv security cameras will monitor the Roman territory with dozens aiming only at the areas surrounding the Vatican. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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