nah I'm not surprised Ukrane want's it's territory back DNR groups want to break away, such ceasefires never seem to last long. Especially with outside powers involved, in this case one (Russian Federation) sending in their own troops and guns while another power (EU/US/UN) sends their opponents bigger and bigger weapons.
But it broke down so it counts as news.
If we look at whom was backing whom and why it's obvious it was never going to last. Especially after some poorly trained DNR jackass used an Anti-air system to shoot down a civilian plane (seriously this is why most major powers are hesitant to give anti-air and anti-armor weapons to militia, incidentally this is why the US hasn't given the kurdish forces fighting ISIS free rocket launchers and why china doesn't sell AA weapons in africa). After that investigation ended and the corpses removed the RF blocked further UN investigation (yay security council status) and the two sides were going to go right back to skirmishing.
The EU wants the country who chose to join them to actually join their Economic Bloc as a stable power. The US has a long standing treaty with Ukraine and is fairly pissed after the RF sorta swept the Crimea out from under Ukraine (weather you think the RF was justified or not it left the US a bit butthurt that it happened so fast and dirty.). The RF wants a new pro-russian state that gives them a comfy land corridor to their newly conquered Crimea. Ukrane is pissed at DNR rebels and ethnic russians wind up getting the political backblast, DNR rebels are expelling non-russian minorities and some DNR militias intentionally kill homosexuals. The UN is trying to keep it all from devolving into a world war clusterfuck.
yeah... this is qualifies as news