In the glorious area once called Repubblica di Venezia (Venetian Republic), there is a rather unexpected and strong wind of separatism blowing. It was felt at the first citizen's consultation about separating Venice from the rest of Italy.

The sudden success, in terms of voters, has attracted journalists from all over the world, but especially from Russia. Reporters are flocking to the famous lagoon city in order to find out whether, after Scotland and Catalonia, the wind of separatism in Eur...

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