by Gina Doggett
L'AQUILA, Italy, June 4, 2009 (AFP)
- Two months after an earthquake devastated L'Aquila in central Italy,
resentment is beginning to boil over for the some 58,000 refugees from
the disaster as reconstruction work stalls.
Some 600 people, many wearing hard hats
or bicycle helmets, crossed police lines to march into L'Aquila at the
weekend under the slogan "Let's Take Back Our City," which remains
an inaccessible "red zone" too dangerous for habitation.
The protest defied a ban on demonstrations