Seagulls are seen in the sky near the dome of St Peter's basilica at sunset on November 3, 2015 in Rome. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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A former Vatican prelate was acquitted Monday of conspiring to smuggle millions of euros in cash into Italy from Switzerland for rich friends.Scarano, who had close connections to the Vatican's scandal-plagued bank, is also still on trial in Salerno, his home town in southern Italy, on separate charges of using that bank to launder millions of euros.When Scarano was arrested, he was living in a 17-room apartment in Salerno decorated with original artwork worth some 6 million euros, investigators said.
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