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Brahimi: 'I don't scold anybody'

27 January 2014 Last updated at 23:48 GMT

UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi has called on all of those taking part in peace talks about the crisis in Syria to "respect the confidentially of the discussions" and act responsibly when speaking to the media.

He also denied that he had scolded the government negotiating side for comments relating to religion, as was purportedly claimed.

Speaking as talks continued in Geneva, Mr Brahimi said that there had been little progress in securing access for aid to Homs, where hundreds of people have been trapped in the Old City since June 2012.

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