New Zealand recognizes same-sex marriages
CWN - August 19, 2013
New Zealand has become the 14th country to offer legal recognition to same-sex marriage.
Homosexual marriages were formally recognized for the first time in New Zealand on August 19, as a new law, amending 1955 legislation, took effect.
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