French gay marriage laws exclude some foreigners

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Gay couples where one of them is from certain countries that do not recognise same-sex unions have discovered they can't get married in France.

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When France legalised gay marriage earlier this year, it was trumpeted by the government as a key moment for equality. However, some couples soon found out they couldn’t get married because of a legal loophole, reprots RFI.