The dockers of Genoa fight against the ships of the arms. But they were left alone


Sand-colored tanks, parked in the hold like cars. Combat helicopters. Missiles, crates of weapons, containers of explosives. And then again tanks, other helicopters, other explosives. “The war begins here, from the port of Genoa: yet there are those who continue to close their eyes.” Riccardo Rudino, a Genoese port, is 56 years old, has a grit to sell and a reddish beard streaked with gray.

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