Over a third of Italian teens want to emigrate: survey
The Ballarò market, filled with Sicilian staples but also such items as hyacinth pea pods, favoured by Bangladeshi immigrants, in Sicily, Italy, Jan. 16. 2019. A fear of migrants, their customs — and sometimes, their produce — has taken root in Italy, fuelling the rise of populism and the ascent of Matteo Salvini, the tough interior minister and far-right leader of the anti-migrant League party. (Gianni Cipriano/The New York Times)