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Roundup: News From
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Roundup: News From
Around the Web

John Kerry helps a gay man seeking asylum, a Colombian gay rights activist is murdered, and more.

Help is on the way: Sen. John Kerry has asked Attorney General Eric Holder to grant asylum to a gay Brazilian man married to a man in Massachusetts (pictured).

Sad news: Prominent Colombian gay rights leader Alvaro Miguel Rivera Linares , who had previously received death threats, was murdered on March 6.

Scot-free: A Northern Ireland politician who called homosexuality an "abomination" and said gay people could be "cured" will not be prosecuted. It's the economy, stupid: Culture wars are a dispensable luxury during an economic crisis.

Gay life in the Midwest archived: Collector Bruce McKinney gives the University of Kansas an impressive array of historical artifacts.

Tourist trap: Members of the Topeka, Kan., church founded by the Reverend Fred Phelps plan to picket a London primary school that teaches tolerance.

Discrimination on campus: A lesbian English professor at Southern Connecticut State University is being harassed because of her sexual orientation.

Marriage on the move: The city council in Durham, N.C., is considering a resolution to support same-sex marriage.

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