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El Tiempo, April 8, 2016
"Court says "yes' to gay marriage in historic decision" reads the Friday front page of Bogota-based daily El Tiempo, a day after Colombia's highest court ruled to legalize same-sex marriage.
Members of the Colombian LGBT community, pictured on the daily's front page, gathered outside the court in Bogota's historic center to celebrate the decision. Same-sex couples will have to wait a little while longer before they can be married, as the ruling still needs to be put in writing — a mere formality, according to El Tiempo.
Colombia, a conservative and historically Catholic country will then join the ranks of Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil in Latin America in giving the green light to gay marriage.