Leaders have agreed to a cease-fire in Ukraine. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata joins CBSN with the details of the deal.
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The cease-fire is set to start this weekend in eastern Ukraine. All-night talks in Belarus led to an agreement, as Russian President Vladimir Putin says negotiations with the leaders of Ukraine, France and Germany were difficult. Charlie Rose reports.
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