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Gay Couples Tie the Knot in Hannover as Equal Marriage Law Takes Effect

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Cities across Germany witnessed the first same-sex marriage ceremonies, after a new equal marriage law came into effect on Sunday. Wedding registration centers were swamped with requests from long-standing and brand new same sex couples looking to tie the knot officially for the first time or to upgrade from a registered civil partnership to a fully fledged marriage. The new law gives the full rights of marriage to same-sex couples, including the right to adopt children.

Added on the 04/10/2017 10:10:54 - Copyright : RT Ruptly EN

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