Bosnia talks wound up

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Bosnia's warring factions ended four days of talks on their country's carve-up, with Muslim leaders reporting no progress in efforts to wrench territorial concessions from the Serbs, Reuter reports from Geneva.

Bosnia's Prime Minister, Haris Silajdzic, said the Serbs and Muslims had agreed to carry on talking but added: 'We do not have a tangible result from all these talks.' Mr Silajdzic said he would be continuing regular bilateral meetings at Sarajevo airport with Momcilo Krajisnik, a senior Bosnian Serb official.