Argentine Capital Moves to Sanction Gay Unions Buenos Aires, Argentina, is joining a growing list of places where governments are granting greater rights to homosexual couples. On July 18, gay partners in Buenos Aires will line up at a downtown government building to participate in the first civil unions ever performed in South America. Brian Byrnes reports.
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Argentine Capital Moves to Sanction Gay Unions

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Argentine Capital Moves to Sanction Gay Unions

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Buenos Aires, Argentina, is joining a growing list of places where governments are granting greater rights to homosexual couples. On July 18, gay partners in Buenos Aires will line up at a downtown government building to participate in the first civil unions ever performed in South America. Brian Byrnes reports.