Since the war in Iraq started in March, ItalyÂ’s security services have been working at full capacity to ensure the safety of its cities and towns. Now, following the U.S. lead, officials are reminding citizens of a general threat of terrorism that “cannot exclude any Western countries.” All of ItalyÂ’s main airports have new security measures in place that include roadblocks and foot patrols along airport access routes and near departure terminals, surveillance by uniformed and undercover agents, and marksmen overseeing flights and airlines considered high risk: U.S., Israel, and the Middle East. Officials feel that they cannot do more.