No breakthrough in Syria talks
The Syrian government and opposition have traded insults after a week-long peace conference in Geneva ended with no firm agreement.
Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said the opposition were immature, while the opposition's Louay Safi said the regime had no desire to stop the bloodshed.
However, UN envoy Lakhdar Brahimi said he had seen some "common ground", and scheduled more talks for 10 February.
James Robbins reports.
- From the section Middle East