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Commotion in Moscow
Paris can be a dangerous place to visit. Soviet Russians, though less prone to physical collapse than the Japanese, were even more heavily invested in Paris as the Mecca of civilised cultural pilgrimage. Despite the Soviet disdain for capitalism, deep respect for the Western cultural heritage was built into the Soviet system. Cultural exchanges established by a Soviet-British agreement in and administered by the British Council — of which I was a beneficiary as a postgraduate student in — supplemented the smaller-scale visits organised earlier on under the auspices of the National Union of Students, while a new if cautious mutual encouragement of international tourism brought foreigners to the Soviet Union and, in limited numbers and under strict controls, Soviet tourists to the West. The journal Foreign Literature , which introduced European and American writers in translation to Soviet readers, was eagerly sought after like all journals people actually wanted to read, it was a scarce commodity. The August Moscow Youth Festival, which brought 34, foreigners to Moscow for two weeks in August , was the moment when yearning towards the West was transmuted into ecstatic contact, a watershed in the lives of a generation. Controls on foreigners, normally strict, were largely lifted: no checks of bags at the border, no currency declarations to fill in, not even normal visas, since anyone chosen as a delegate by the relevant committee of the international youth movement simply collected a card guaranteeing entry from their local Soviet consulate.
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Tens of thousands of people have marched in Paris to protest against a new law allowing lesbian couples and single women the right to conceive children with medical help. Many of the protesters had also been active in the large protest movement against same-sex marriage seven years ago. In , the legalisation of same-sex marriage in France was unique among its European neighbours in sparking months of large street demonstrations, which saw violent clashes between far-right groups and riot police and led to a rise in homophobic attacks. The protesters on Sunday included pensioners and couples with young children. The turnout was lower than for the rallies but organisers said they were encouraged by the size of the march and planned further demonstrations. Last month, the lower house of the French parliament approved the draft bioethics law which would allow lesbian and single women to conceive children with medical help. The bill must now be approved by the upper house, or senate, before it can be passed.
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