Japan quake hits European shares, insurers weigh

LONDON, March 11 (Reuters) - European share prices fell on Friday to their lowest close in two months after the Japanese earthquake, with the insurance sector hit the worst. Also adding to the worries were the continuing crisis in Libya and political tensions elsewhere in the Middle East as well as concerns about the euro zone as the bloc's leaders gathered for a weekend summit to address the debt crisis.
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