Syria talks off to a rough start
BEIRUT - Syria's government envoy says a speech delivered by the head of rebel factions at the peace talks in Kazakhstan was "provocative" and "insolent."
Syria's U.N. ambassador took a harsh and uncompromising tone following the speech by rebel leader Mohammad Alloush.
And in talking to reporters, the ambassador repeatedly referred to the rebel delegation as representatives of "terrorist armed groups."
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