France became the 14th country to legalise same-sex marriage on Saturday after President Francois Hollande signed it into law following months of bitter political debate.
Ten rights lawyers petitioned a key National People's Congress commission yesterday, calling for legitimising same-sex marriage on the mainland, ahead of today's annual International Day Against...
Same-sex marriage was legalised by French lawmakers yesterday, after months of bruising debate and street protests that drew hundreds of thousands to Paris. The 331-225 vote came in the Socialist-...
France’s lower house National Assembly on Tuesday adopted a bill legalising same-sex marriages and adoptions for gay couples, defying months of opposition protests.
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New Zealand became the first Asia-Pacific country to legalise same-sex marriage on Wednesday after a decades-long campaign, a historic decision celebrated with parties across the gay community.
New Zealand is poised to become the first Asia-Pacific nation to legalise same-sex marriage in a parliamentary vote that gay rights advocates yesterday hailed as a milestone for equality.
The US Supreme Court trod cautiously on Tuesday as it considered gay marriage, with justices appearing hesitant to deliver a sweeping historic verdict on the emotionally charged issue.
Same-sex marriage takes centre stage at the US Supreme Court on Tuesday as the justices begin hearing arguments on the emotionally-charged issue that has split the nation.
“A [National People's Congress] member has brought the proposal to the parliament meeting, but only as a ‘suggestion’,” Li Yinhe said. On multiple occassions since 2003, she has entrusted NPC...