Many displaced residents in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk still cannot return to their home despite an ongoing ceasefire agreement.
Seven days ago, fighting between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine was running down ahead of the Minsk ceasefire. One week on, Debaltseve has fallen and Kiev is humiliated.
Russian President Vladimir Putin rejects the "apocalyptic scenario" of war with Ukraine, amid continued reports of a crumbling ceasefire.
Thousands of Russians march in Moscow to condemn what they call a "coup" in Ukraine, a year after the downfall of its pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych.
It has been at the centre of intense fighting between the Ukrainian military and separatist rebels, but now a more human, tragic story is unfolding on the streets of Debaltseve.
Pro-Russian separatists have been accused of breaching Ukraine's fragile ceasefire. But Moscow says they have done nothing wrong. Who's right?
Many Ukrainian soldiers say they feel they have been sold down the river by Kiev and President Poroshenko, as heavy artillery fire continues to rain down on their positions in Debaltseve.