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LGBT couples demand equal rights in Thailand


Bangkok, Feb 14 (EFE/EPA).- Thai LGBT activists and couples staged media event Friday in which they tried to register for a marriage certificate during Valentine's Day in Bangkok.Same sex marriage is not legal in Thailand. (Camera: NARONG SANGNAK)FOOTAGE SHOWS THAI LGBT COUPLES AND ACTIVISTS DURING THE MEDIA EVENT IN BANGKOK, THAILAND TO ASK FOR EQUAL MARRIAGE RIGHTS.

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