Watch Out for Airborne Gelato

If you're a radical anticapitalist with a weakness for black masks and tear gas, you'll love Genoa in July. The Italian city's old quarter is full of dark, winding alleys--perfect turf for antiglobalization protesters who hope to turn next month's G-8 summit into another spectacle of window-smashing mayhem. Genoa's police are mulling ways to forestall the kind of violence that erupted in June at the European Union confab in Sweden. Government officials nixed proposals to stage a floating summit in Genoa's harbor, but they have summoned American experts to train local police in "crowd control." Italy's government has already learned that...

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