PIANE DI FALERONE, Italy, Nov 9 (Reuters) – The chairs were
filled for the mid-afternoon card game outside my local coffee
bar but inside, it was clear Tuesday was not a normal day.
Instead of the usual televised soap opera, the woman behind
the bar had turned to a news channel where a much bigger drama
was playing out. Each greeting from a new customer was followed
by a glance at the screen and the seemingly vague question,