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Bones found in Vatican nunciature in Rome not from missing young woman

The investigators of the human remains found in the Vatican nunciature in Italy a few weeks ago, think they do not belong to Emanuela Orlandi. She disappeared in 1983 and was the daughter of a Vatican cleric.

Even so, the forensic team has not closed the case and will submit the remains to undergo a Carbon-14 test.

The main hypothesis is that the bones found in Vatican territory would be more than 100 years old.

The current nunciature is built on a cemetery, this would support the theory that the remains belong to a person who had been buried there.