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Australians vote for same-sex marriage

Supporters of the 'Yes' vote for marriage equality celebrate after it was announced the majority of Australians support same-sex marriage in a national survey, paving the way for legislation to make the country the 26th nation to formalize the unions by the end of the year, at a rally in central Sydney. 


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Supporters of the 'Yes' vote for marriage equality celebrate after it was announced the majority of Australians support same-sex marriage in a national survey, paving the way for legislation to make the country the 26th nation to formalize the unions...more

Supporters of the 'Yes' vote for marriage equality celebrate after it was announced the majority of Australians support same-sex marriage in a national survey, paving the way for legislation to make the country the 26th nation to formalize the unions by the end of the year, at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray
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People celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. 


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People celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

People celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray
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Supporters celebrate at a pub located on Sydney's Oxford street.

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Supporters celebrate at a pub located on Sydney's Oxford street. REUTERS/Steven Saphore

Supporters celebrate at a pub located on Sydney's Oxford street. REUTERS/Steven Saphore
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Supporters hug each other as they celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

Supporters hug each other as they celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

Supporters hug each other as they celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray
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Supporters at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

Supporters at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

Supporters at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray
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Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. 


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Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

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Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. 


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Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray
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A supporter holds a flag as he celebrates at a rally in central Sydney. 

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A supporter holds a flag as he celebrates at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

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Supporters react as they celebrate at a pub located on Sydney's Oxford street. 


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Supporters react as they celebrate at a pub located on Sydney's Oxford street. REUTERS/Steven Saphore

Supporters react as they celebrate at a pub located on Sydney's Oxford street. REUTERS/Steven Saphore
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Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Melbourne. 


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Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Melbourne. REUTERS/Melanie Burton

Supporters celebrate at a rally in central Melbourne. REUTERS/Melanie Burton
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Ian Thorpe, former Olympic gold medalist swimmer, stands with other supporters at a rally in central Sydney. 


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Ian Thorpe, former Olympic gold medalist swimmer, stands with other supporters at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

Ian Thorpe, former Olympic gold medalist swimmer, stands with other supporters at a rally in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray
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A supporter wears a shirt as he celebrates in central Sydney. 


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A supporter wears a shirt as he celebrates in central Sydney. REUTERS/David Gray

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