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Pro-Russian militiamen who control government buildings in eastern Ukraine are showing no sign of relenting despite a deal between Moscow and Kiev. Ukraine and Russia agreed on Thursday to take tentative steps toward calming tensions along their shared border after more than a month of bloodshed. The surprise agreement, brokered by the United States and the European Union, appeared to tamp down the immediate crisis but offered no assurances for a long-term resolution. The deal calls for the immediate return of all government buildings seized by pro-Russian militia. According to local media on Friday, none of the government buildings seized across eastern Ukraine has yet been vacated. James Franco 's former manager was robbing the actor blind for nearly a decade by skimming commissions and running up huge tabs on Franco's credit card ... this according to a lawsuit filed by the manager's own firm. Miles Levy allegedly told his partners at James Levy Management that Franco no longer wanted to pay their 15% fee, and instead would only fork over 10%. Miles had some help pulling this off -- according to the docs ... prominent celeb accounting firm Tanner Mainstain helped him set up a shell company to deposit the siphoned cash. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has always preferred to talk about politics on the floor of the house, but the prime minister's media adviser Pankaj Pachauri said Friday, in the last five years "Parliament has not given him enough chances to speak. It is not that PM has not been talking, but because of the media mix, his message is not as strong as it should have been, But media is free in our country."

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