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Central Europe

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05/07 23:05 CET

Thousands take to the streets of Budapest of annual Gay Pride

Thousands take to the streets of Budapest of annual Gay Pride

More than ten thousand people have taken part in Gay Pride in Hungary's capital Budapest. People of all ages came to call for greater tolerance and protest against discrimination, as well as enjoy a party atmosphere. The march passed off peacefully with just a few minor…