Jude Webber

Reporter, Financial Times

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Reporter with the Financial Times, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Early today Argentina's Senate made history in Latin America, making it the first country to legalize gay marriage.

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Early today Argentina's Senate made history in Latin America, making it the first country to legalize gay marriage.

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