The Guardian » Furious ministers from Italy’s coalition government have rounded on the private company that manages the country’s motorways, as authorities struggled to quell growing anger over the bridge collapse in Genoa on Tuesday that killed 39 people. The tragedy has focused anger on the structural problems that have dogged the decades-old Morandi bridge, and on Autostrade per l’Italia, the company in charge of operating and maintaining swathes of the country’s motorways.