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European stocks fell Friday as escalating violence in Iraq threatened oil supplies, and U.K. property companies declined.Total SA rose 1.1 percent as a gauge of oil- related stocks posted the best performance on the Stoxx Europe 600 Index.Barratt slid 6.2 percent to 346.6 pence. Land Securities Group Plc and British Land fell 4.1 percent to 1,031 pence, and 4.3 percent to 686.5 pence, respectively. Total, France's largest oil company, rose 1.1 percent to 52.94 euros and Ophir Energy Plc climbed 2 percent to 240.7 pence.
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