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Missing girl search leads to empty Vatican tomb

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Missing girl search leads to empty Vatican tomb

Missing girl search leads to empty Vatican tomb

The Vatican opened two tombs on Thursday to see if the body of a girl missing since 1983 was hidden there and ran into a new mystery when nothing was found, not even the bones of two 19th century princesses supposed to be buried there.

Francesca Lynagh reports.

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