Court hears first gay marriage case after landmark interpretation
Taipei, Aug. 9 (CNA) The Taipei High Administrative Court on Wednesday became the first court in Taiwan to hear a same-sex marriage case since the country's Constitutional Court ruled in favor of such marriages in a landmark constitutional interpretation in May.
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