The mysterious, 1983 disappearance of a Vatican official's teen daughter took another intriguing turn on Saturday with the discovery of a pair of "ossuaries" -- small, box-like chambers containing remains of the dead -- belonging to two 19th century German noblewomen.
The tombs of two 19th-century German princesses were pried open at a tiny Holy See cemetery Thursday and turned out to be completely empty, dashing any expectations they held the remains of a teenager who vanished in 1983 after leaving her family's Vatican City apartment.
The European Central Bank has
hired Elizabeth McCaul, a former Goldman Sachs banker who later
led an audit of the Vatican's scandal-ridden bank, as one of its
top banking supervisors, it said on Thursday.
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