Ukraine’s military is accusing Russian-backed separatists of violating a ceasefire that has come into effect in the country’s war-torn east.
Monday’s truce is backed by leaders in both Moscow and Kyiv.
There is a sense of cautious optimism among some who hope the ceasefire will hold and things will get better, while others are angry and feel betrayed.
Al Jazeera’s Priyanka Gupta reports.
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