Argentina celebrates four years of gay marriage with over 9,000 unions

In July 2009, Argentina became the first country in Latin America, the second-biggest in the Americas and tenth in the world legalize same-sex marriage

Argentina celebrates four years of gay marriage with over 9,000 unions
14 July 2014

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