The Pope's former butler, who is on trial for theft of the pontiff's personal papers, saw his case adjourned until Tuesday.
The Vatican court trying him rejected a defence request to include the outcome of a separate "sensitive" investigation carried out by cardinals for the pope and ruled that the trial will be based only on an investigation by a Vatican prosecutor and Vatican police.
Mr Gabriele is expected to testify when the trial resumes next week
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