Ukraine Says Shelling in East Halts for First Time in 18 MonthsBy and
Poroshenko sees grounds for `cautious optimism' on truce
Drop in violence is latest sign of efforts to honor Minsk pact
Ukraine said shelling in its eastern conflict zone stopped for the first time in 18 months, raising hopes that a recent truce and renewed diplomatic push will bring peace.
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