Watch: The moment Singaporeans learn gay sex ban will end

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A group of Singaporeans erupted in cheers as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday announced the city-state would repeal a colonial-era law that bans gay sex.
LGBT activists have called the move "a win for humanity".
In his speech, the prime minister also said the government would ensure better legal protection for the definition of marriage as between a man and a woman – effectively making it harder for gay marriage to be legalised. Read more here.
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