DW's Christian F. Trippe talks to Alexander Hug, Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine.
Ukraine forces and pro-Russian separatists have agreed to a ceasefire to enable students to attend classes as the start of the school year. However, Ukraine has already accused the rebels of violating the treaty.
More ceasefire violations have been reported in eastern Ukraine, with four soldiers killed in a fight with rebels. The latest truce deal between Ukraine and pro-Russia separatists had only been agreed a day earlier.
The German chancellor has said lifting EU sanctions on Russia is off the table until a "real ceasefire" is achieved in Ukraine. The bloc introduced the measures after the annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Russian intelligence has acquired internal documents and dossiers from a spy, likely an OSCE staff member, reported ARD. The dossiers included personal information about staff susceptibility to alcohol and women.
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