The Syrian opposition's negotiating body has "decided to postpone" peace talks that started in Geneva on Wednesday, a spokesman says.
The opposition's Higher Negotiations Committee decided that continuing negotiations despite a lack of progress on humanitarian issues and escalating ceasefire breaches was "increasing the ordeal of our people," spokesman Ahmed Ramadan says.
The committee charges that there has been no progress on the release of prisoners by the government side and "no response to international decisions."
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