A woman walks in front of a graffiti with the Red Brigades guerrillas ...
Jan 10th, 2011
(Reuters) - A woman walks in front of a graffiti with the Red Brigades guerrillas logo against Sergio Marchionne, chief executive of Fiat's, in Turin January 10, 2011. Union leaders, security officials and politicians have voiced concern that rising social tension ahead of a key vote at carmaker Fiat's oldest plant in Turin may morph into violence of the type not seen in Italy for years. The graffiti reads " we don't have to becoming Chinese". REUTERS/Giorgio Perottino ( ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS) -
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