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Morning Digest: German, French leaders head for Moscow to press for Ukraine peace

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German, French leaders head for Moscow to press for Ukraine peace
MOSCOW/KIEV, (Reuters) - The leaders of Germany and France are expected to take peace proposals to Moscow on Friday on the second leg of a dramatic initiative to end a conflict in Ukraine that has killed more than 5,000 people and driven Russia-West relations to new lows..
Syrian air strikes kill 82 after rebel rocket attack: monitor
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian air force strikes killed 82 people in an opposition district outside Damascus following rocket attacks by rebels that hit the government-controlled center of the capital, a monitoring group said on Friday..
Bumper week for shares, oil and euro as payrolls due
LONDON (Reuters) - World shares were heading for their strongest week since October as markets awaited U.S. jobs data on Friday, while oil was shooting for a near 20 percent rebound and the euro was on track for its biggest weekly rise since late 2013..
Actor Johnny Depp marries fiancee Amber Heard
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Johnny Depp, the star of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" film series, married his fiancee, Amber Heard, at their home in Los Angeles earlier this week, according to People magazine..
Thompson tops Torrey as wounded Tiger quits again
LA JOLLA, California (Reuters) - Former world number one Tiger Woods withdrew after 11 holes of his opening round at the Farmers Insurance Open on Thursday because of a back complaint, with American compatriot Nicholas Thompson leading the way at Torrey Pines..
U.S. states probe massive data breach at health insurer Anthem
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Several U.S. states are investigating a massive cyberattack on No. 2 U.S. health insurer Anthem Inc that a person familiar with the matter said is being examined for possible ties to China..
Emotions, not science, rule U.S. climate change debate: study
ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Despite a scientific consensus that human activity is causing the planet to warm up, ingrained attitudes among Americans mean policy changes on global warming are unlikely, academics said in a new study..
Palace apologizes over Belgian queen mother "death" notice
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's royal family has apologized to members of the public who were sent official cards that wrongly appeared to announce the death of King Philippe's mother..
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