Italian court recognises first gay marriage

An Italian court recognised a gay couple as married for the first time in Italy, which does not have any form of official acknowledgement of same-sex unions.

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Two young Italian girls, both dressed as bride advocating for same-sex marriage at the 2010 Gay Pride in Rome
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The court, yesterday, in Grosseto in Tuscany ordered the city council to list the couple, who had their wedding in New York in 2012, as married in a ruling that was immediately hailed by gay rights campaigners as historic.

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Two young Italian girls, both dressed as bride advocating for same-sex marriage at the 2010 Gay Pride in Rome

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