U.N.-Arab League envoy for Syria Brahimi addresses the media after a meeting at the Geneva Conference on Syria at the United Nations European headquarters in GenevaWith the aid of Oliver Holmes and Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) – Global mediator Lakhdar Brahimi apologized to the Syrian people for the shortage of development at peace talks in Geneva after their second round ended on Saturday with little greater than an settlement to satisfy once more. Because it turned into clear that the talks had not even broached the topic of a transformation of leadership in Syria, both France and Britain, who back the opposition, blamed President Bashar al-Assad for the deadlock. Underlining the gaping rift that is still between the edges, anti-executive negotiators and a diplomat stated Syria’s government had added opposition delegates to a “terrorist listing” and had seized their assets. An early agreement to evacuate folks from the besieged city of Homs had raised false expectations the talks would make better growth, said Brahimi.