As Europe experiments with different approaches to a common problem, a test approaches.
Two explosive stories began circulating in Italy in November.
The first was about a nine-year-old Muslim girl who was hospitalized after being sexually assaulted by her 35-year-old “husband” in the northeastern city of Padua.
The second concerned Maria Elena Boschi, a prominent lawmaker and member of former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s ruling Democratic Party, who was photographed at a funeral mourning the recent death of notorious mafia boss Salvatore Riina.
What they had in common was the…