Kofi Wilson had heard gunfire every day of the 15 months he spent in Libya during a harrowing journey to Europe. But never in over a year since he arrived in Macerata, a tranquil little city of cobblestone streets and handsome blonde-brick plazas nestled in the craggy central Italian hills.
"A Gruesome Murder. A Hate-Filled Shooting Spree. And a Reckoning With Immigration Before Italy Votes." is from the February 06, 2018 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Griff Witte and Stefano Pitrelli and narrated by Sam Scholl.