The World: Europe: Old Feuds, Fresh Outbursts

A DISCREDITED ideology and an obdurate religious feud produced violence in two European countries last week. In Italy, neo-Fascist youth gangs shattered windows at the University of Milan and painted on a wall in Varese: "Long live the Duce!" They were also accused of spearheading the renewed rioting in Reggio Calabria (lower left) over whether the town is to be chosen over Catanzaro as the capital of the region. In Catanzaro, they were blamed for a grenade attack on anti-Fascist demonstrators, which killed one and injured 13. The Catanzaro incident in turn set off demonstrations and rioting in Naples, Genoa and...

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