German court rejects girl's bid to join all-boys choir

A court in Germany has rejected a nine-year-old girl's bid to join a centuries-old Berlin boys choir.

In its ruling Friday, the Berlin administrative court said the choir's right to choose its singers outweighed the principle of gender equality.

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