New law reverses 2017 court ruling that legalised gay marriage in Atlantic island territory.
A pair of Russian newlyweds have become the first same-sex couple to have their marriage recognised in their home country, after finding an apparent legal loophole.
Bermuda’s parliament on December 13, 2017, overturned marriage equality which was achieved through a Bermuda court ruling in May.
Taiwan's Premier Minister Lai Ching-te said Saturday that the Executive Yuan will do its best to send its own version of a same-sex marriage bill to the Legislative Yuan before the end of the current legislative session.
On Wednesday, 24 May 2017, the Judicial Yuan, Taiwan’s highest court, ruled that restricting marriage to only a man and a women was unconstitutional, voting in favour of marriage equality.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday reversed a campaign promise to push for legalisation of same-sex marriage.
Government agrees to ease conditions for foreign homosexual couples seeking Israeli citizenship.
Taiwan is set to legalise gay marriage in a first for the Asia region.
Lawmakers in Aruba have voted to grant same-sex couples the right to register their unions and receive benefits granted to married people on the Dutch Caribbean island.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s daughter Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu-Van Furth has decided to quit her job after her licence to preach was revoked.