Uptick in Ceasefire Violations, 2 Years Into Ukraine Conflict

December 28, 2015 07:11 PM
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Nearly two years after Russia began sending troops and equipment to help separatists in Ukraine's Crimea peninsula, the Ukraine crisis has shown no signs of ending. Russia and Ukraine signed the Minsk II Agreement back in February to help bring about a ceasefire. The U.S., meantime, has provided $265 million in aid to defend Ukraine's sovereignty. But despite all these efforts, as Carla Babb reports, U.S. military leaders are now seeing an uptick in ceasefire violations.