One 16-year-old girl is dead Saturday after a bombing at an Italian girls’ school that some say bears signs of a Mafia strike. Two explosive devices seem to have gone off in garbage bins as students lined up to start their day. The school in the south of Italy is named for the wife of a slain anti-Mafia judge. The bombing comes soon after the 20-year anniversary of the murder of judge Giovanni Falcone and his wife. “You can understand the symbolism of this and what it all signifies,” Mimmo Consales, mayor of the town of Brindisi, told reporters. Schools in the area were closed after the attack and investigators, including a top anti-Mafia prosecutor, were meeting Saturday.