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Less than a third of home affairs officials are willing to marry same-sex couples
Less than a third of home affairs officials are willing to marry same-sex couples
As many South Africans celebrated the home affairs department’s decision to bar anti-gay American pastor Steven Anderson from entering the...
[Slideshow]Celebrations following US gay marriage ruling
[Slideshow]Celebrations following US gay marriage ruling
Friday’s landmark Supreme Court decision legalising same-sex marriage in all 50 American states is an outcome few thought possible just years ago.
Gay poll: Irish could go either way
Gay poll: Irish could go either way
Shorn of a blond wig, outsized false eyelashes, garish eyeshadow, and high heels, the Irish drag artist Panti looked like the strain was starting to...
Uganda: Life in prison for 'gay acts'
Uganda: Life in prison for 'gay acts'
Uganda's parliament passed a law on Friday that makes some gay acts punishable by life in prison, a spokesperson for the legislature said, a...
Gay marriages to be allowed in England, Wales from March
Gay marriages to be allowed in England, Wales from March
Miller said marriage, which officially became legal for gay couples in July, should be "open to everyone, irrespective of whether they fall in...
Philippine churches stay anti-abortion, anti-gay marriage, despite Pope
Philippine churches stay anti-abortion, anti-gay marriage, despite Pope
Philippine Catholic leaders are standing firm against contraception, abortion and homosexual marriage despite Pope Francis' comments urging a...
Obama applauds US Supreme Court verdict on gay marriage
Obama applauds US Supreme Court verdict on gay marriage
Obama directed attorney general Eric Holder to review all relevant federal laws to ensure the ruling is implemented.
Vincent and Bruno say 'I do' in France's first gay marriage
Vincent and Bruno say 'I do' in France's first gay marriage
"It is a great honour to tell you that you are united in marriage by law," Helene Mandroux, the visibly moved mayor of the southern city...
France's first gay marriage to go ahead
France's first gay marriage to go ahead
The first gay marriage in France is set to take place on Wednesday in the southern city of Montpellier, amid fears of protest after months of...
Hollande approves gay marriage Bill
Hollande approves gay marriage Bill
France's official journal announced on Saturday the Bill had become law after the Constitutional Council gave it the go-ahead on Friday.

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