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Roundup: Paris Hilton, Carter, Uruguay


Paris Hilton booed at Italian gay club: The hotel heiress attended a gay rights event in Milan on Sunday, but when asked to hold a "stop homophobia" sign, she seemed uncertain how to proceed.

Carter blames intense Obama opposition on race: Former president Jimmy Carter said on Tuesday that much of the animosity toward President Obama can be attributed to white Americans' unease with his African-American race.

Gay rights key to Malawi AIDS fight: A senior government official for the southeast African nation said on Tuesday that recognizing the rights of gay people would help the nation advance the battle against AIDS.

No adoption for gays in Uruguay?
The new law reportedly permitting gay couples to adopt children may not assert such a right after all, experts now say.

Seattle police support domestic-partnership law:
The Seattle Police Officers' Guild on Tuesday announced its support for the Approve Referendum 71 campaign, which seeks to uphold the expanded domestic-partnership law for same-sex couples.

Fresno celebrates gay milestone:
The Fresno Reel Pride film festival, which starts on Wednesday, marks its 20th anniversary.

Atlanta residents voice opposition to bar raid
: Residents gathered at a city council meeting on Tuesday to question the reason for a police raid at a gay bar on September 10, and to complain about the handling of the incident.

The Newlywed Game to feature first gay couple: Star Trek star George Takei and his husband, Brad Altman, will appear on the popular game show on the GSN cable channel.

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