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Thousands march for gay rights

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION PLEASE NOTE: EDIT CONTAINS CONVERTED 4:3 MATERIAL Tens of thousands marched in the streets of Paris on Saturday (June 29) in the first "Gay Pride" since France made same-sex marriage legal. France became the 14th country to allow same-sex marriage in April after parliament approved a new law championed by President Francois Hollande. Since the end of May, same-sex marriages have been celebrated across France. A record-breaking 21,000 people attended the annual Pink Dot rally in Singapore in support of the gay community in the city-state. Organisers used the event's slogan of "Freedom to Love" to raise awareness amongst people of the basic human need to love, regardless of their sexual orientation. Pink Dot has become one of the most visible events in Singapore as participants are given pink torches to form a bright pink dot together as they mark the end of the event at night. Thousands of people marched through

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