A four-way summit in Minsk aimed at resolving the Ukraine crisis is still very likely to go ahead as scheduled later today despite a number of unresolved issues, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said.
"There are a number of problems which remain to be resolved...but it is very likely to go ahead. It is really a last-chance negotiation."
The planned meeting between leaders from Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany comes after rockets killed more than 10 civilians and soldiers in Ukrainian government-held territory yesterday.
Video footage recorded from Kramatorsk, deep inside Ukrainian-government controlled territory, shows rockets landing on civilian areas.
Video footage appears to show the moment a shell strikes a community soup kitchen in eastern Ukraine.
A mother in eastern Ukraine buries her son - yet another casualty in a civil war that is killing civilians with appalling randomness.