The Associated Press article GRESSEMOUTH, Ohio (AP) Greece is celebrating its honeymoon with a bang.
It’s hosting its first gay pride parade in two years and celebrating gay pride day with a gay pride march.
Here are the latest news and events from around the world.1.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron celebrates with the gay community after France’s parliament voted to recognize gay marriage and recognize same-sex unions in a referendum.2.
The U.S. has confirmed that it will be adding three additional U.N. member states, including the U.K., Canada and Australia, to its permanent membership list.3.
A man holds a sign at the Greek parliament during a rally calling for a gay marriage referendum.4.
A gay pride flag flies at a monument to Greek revolutionaries in Athens.
The symbol of the Greek revolution is now being used by the government to support its stance on same-gender marriage.5.
The Vatican has confirmed a plan to create a global LGBT space center to provide support and guidance to communities in need of support.6.
U.C. Davis is hosting a conference on sexual health in the United States.7.
A rainbow flag flies in front of a monument commemorating the 1916 U. S. election victory by the Democratic party over Republican Donald Trump.8.
French President Emmanuel Toulouse-Lautrec and German Chancellor Angela Merkel hold a joint news conference in Paris.9.
A woman holds a rainbow flag in front a monument marking the anniversary of the death of a young gay woman named Joachim Hofer in Paris, France, on Wednesday, July 19, 2019.
The woman was killed when the man she was with tried to set him on fire in a gay bar in Paris on July 16, 2019.(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)10.
President Donald Trump speaks to reporters at the White House in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2019, after being inaugurated.
He said he plans to use his time in office to fight for equality for all Americans and to continue his “long tradition of making America great again.”
Trump said he is proud to be an American.
He also announced he would nominate U.A.E. President Vincent Viola to serve as U.M.E.’s Secretary of Education.11.
The head of an Italian gay rights group says Italy will have the first gay marriage in Europe when its parliament approves same-kind-of-marriage legislation on Monday.12.
The United States has formally recognized same- gender marriage in its new constitution.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.