More than 100,000 people turned out Saturday across France for rallies against government plans to approve same-sex marriage and adoption, as police clashed with counter-demonstrators in one city.
People rally in support of same-sex marriage during a counter-demonstration of a march against gay marriage on November 17 in Toulouse, southern France. More than a hundred thousand people attended rallies across France in protest at plans to legalise gay marriage, according to police figures obtained by AFP.
Wearing pink scarves and T-shirts and carrying pink balloons with the image of a man and woman holding two children's hands, demonstrators marched against reforms planned by the socialist government.
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