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Australia same-sex marriage: Did the vote transcend its controversy?

BBC News Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Australia same-sex marriage: Did the vote transcend its controversy?Australians voted in favour of same-sex marriage, but for many the poll brought out complex emotions.
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News video: 7.8M Australians Voted 'Yes' to Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage

7.8M Australians Voted 'Yes' to Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage 00:59

Supporters of same-sex marriage are hoping the country will legalize it before Christmas.

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