Vatican publishes accounts for first time

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The Vatican bank has published accounts for the first time as part of an effort to be more open after financial scandals.

The accounts revealed that the "Institute for the Works of Religion" made a net profit of €86.6m (£72.5m) in 2012.

They been audited "for a long time by reputable international accounting firms, such as...

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