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Civilians see no end to the conflict in eastern Ukraine

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Workers clean debris on a monument that was partly damaged in an explosion in Donetsk.
Workers clean debris on a monument that was partly damaged in an explosion in Donetsk. Reuters/Alexander Ermochenko

Exactly one year ago the leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine met in the Bielorussian capital to sign the Minsk II Agreement. The Peace deal packaged in a 13 point programme was meant to bring to an end the war in eastern Ukraine. 12 months on and the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), responsible for overseeing the implementation of the truce, continues to note ceasefire violations in the region. Civilians living in areas close to the front line have grown accustomed to the weapons fire but see no end to the conflict. Filip Warwick travelled to eastern Ukraine to find out more.

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