An update from London on some of the international stories we expect to develop on Wednesday:
Gay marriage - The Argentine Senate votes Wednesday on a gay marriage bill that has already passed the lower chamber of Congress. The bill would give gay couples equal marriage rights, including the ability to adopt children. Read the full story
Yemen attacksÂ - Two security officials were killed and two wounded when gunmen launched coordinated attacks on separate security buildings in southern Yemen on Wednesday, the ruling party Mu'tamar'sÂ website said. The attacks took place in the Abyan province as security forces were queuing up for morning marches, local officials told CNN.
India gas leak - At least 98 people fell ill Wednesday as chlorine gas leaked from a large, corroded canister at a port facility in Mumbai, emergency officials said.
Scientist kidnapped?Â - ShahramÂ Amiri - a nuclear scientist Tehran claimed was kidnapped by U.S. agents - told a state-run television station in Iran that he was abducted by U.S. intelligence officials and faced "psychological warfare and pressure that are much worse than being in prison."
Â Aid ship - A Libyan-backed ship laden with humanitarian goods for Gaza - in violation of an Israeli blockade - was sailing again after "technical difficulties" had stopped its progress toward Gaza, an organizer said Wednesday. Read the full story
Hollywood marriageÂ - Hollywood power couple Javier BardemÂ and Penelope Cruz have tied the knot.Â The couple were married earlier this month at a small ceremony in the Bahamas. Bardem won an Oscar for his role in the 2007 movie "No Country For Old Men" and Cruz won one for the 2009 film "Vicky Cristina Barcelona." Read the full story