Ukraine hospitals 'under attack', says MSF
A fragile ceasefire in eastern Ukraine has collapsed, with fighting breaking out between government forces and pro-Russian rebels right along the front line.
The medical aid agency, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), has been distributing supplies to local hospitals under pressure from the increasing number of casualties.
Staff say they are worried they are unable to access some areas, such as the town of Debaltseve where civilians have been under heavy shelling and unable to reach safety for several days.
The BBC's Sarah Rainsford met the local MSF co-ordinator in Artemivsk, in eastern Ukraine.
28 Jan 2015