Vatican opens ossuaries in search for missing bodies

Experts open the ossuary at the Teutonic Cemetery, to help solve the 36-year-old disappearance of a teenage daughter of a clerk in the Holy See, at the Vatican, July 20, 2019. Vatican Media/­Handout via REUTERS  

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Forensic experts extracted bones from two ossuaries within the walls of the Vatican on Saturday as part of an investigation aimed at resolving the case of a girl who vanished in 1983. Following an anonymous tip-off, the Vatican earlier this month opened two tombs to see if the body of Emanuela […]

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