Anti-gay marriage movement back on the streets of Paris

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The movement that unsuccessfully opposed a 2013 reform to introduce same-sex marriages in France held its first demonstration in two years on Sunday in Paris, which police estimated drew 24,000 while the organisers claimed an attendance of 200,000.

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Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Paris on Sunday  to demonstrate against gay marriage, calling for candidates in France's presidential election to support "traditional family values", reports The Straits Times.