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Fiat says RCS Mediagroup investment is for the long run

TURIN (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat <FIA.MI> Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said the company's decision to raise its stake in loss-making publisher RCS Mediagroup <RCSM.MI> was a investment for the long term.Full story

Shroud of Turin Real? Debate Resurrected

The Shroud of Turin, an icon of faith and controversy among Christians, is back in the news. Full story

Experts: Shroud of Turin is older than was thought

  New research has found that the Shroud of Turin, a mysterious relic previously believed to date back only to the Middle Ages, was actually created between 280 B.C. and 220 A.D., around the time of when Jesus would have lived and died.

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