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STORM-DORIAN/USA
RTS2PHDM
September 06, 2019
A home is surrounded by flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, in Calabash, North Carolina,...
CALABASH, UNITED STATES
A home is surrounded by flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, in Calabash, North Carolina...
A home is surrounded by flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, in Calabash, North Carolina, U.S., September 6, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS18A2X
June 22, 2017
Ouedrago Dieudonne pours Dolo (African traditional beers brewed with sorghum malt) into a calabash as...
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
Ouedrago Dieudonne pours Dolo into a calabash as he drinks with friends at Marie s cabaret in Williamsville...
Ouedrago Dieudonne pours Dolo (African traditional beers brewed with sorghum malt) into a calabash as he drinks with friends at Marie s cabaret in Williamsville an area of Abidjan, Ivory Coast, June 22, 2017. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS18A2T
June 22, 2017
Dolo (African traditional beers brewed with sorghum malt) is poured into a calabash at a cabaret in Williamsville...
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
Dolo (African traditional beers brewed with sorghum malt) is poured into a calabash at a cabaret in Williamsville...
Dolo (African traditional beers brewed with sorghum malt) is poured into a calabash at a cabaret in Williamsville an area of Abidjan, Ivory Coast, June 22, 2017. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
RELIGION-EID/
RTX2K950
July 07, 2016
A traditional chief rides a horse while holding a calabash during the durbar festival on the second day...
Kano, Nigeria
A traditional chief rides a horse while holding a calabash during the durbar festival on the second day...
A traditional chief rides a horse while holding a calabash during the durbar festival on the second day of Eid-al-Fitr celebrations in Nigeria's northern city of Kano, July 7, 2016. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
NIGERIA-VIOLENCE/CATTLE
RTSAGCR
March 15, 2016
A milk maid carries a calabash filled with milk at a camp for internally displaced people in Maiduguri,...
BORNO, Nigeria
The Wider Image: Herders suffer in fight against Boko Haram
A milk maid carries a calabash filled with milk at a camp for internally displaced people in Maiduguri, Nigeria March 9, 2016. A Nigerian government push to strangle the Boko Haram insurgency has shut down the cattle trade that sustained the city of Maiduguri, leaving many residents with no livelihood, including many of the two million people displaced by the war. In recent months the army has taken back much of the territory lost to the jihadists during the five-year insurgency. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde SEARCH "BOKO CATTLE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1SF3W
September 25, 2015
A woman wearing a calabash-like hairpin makes her way in Beijing, China, September 25, 2015. Wearing...
Beijing, China
A woman wearing a calabash-like hairpin makes her way in Beijing
A woman wearing a calabash-like hairpin makes her way in Beijing, China, September 25, 2015. Wearing antenna styled hairpins in the shape of various flowers and plants at scenic spots has become a new trend in Beijing. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1SF3A
September 25, 2015
A woman wearing a calabash-like hairpin makes her way in Beijing, China, September 25, 2015. Wearing...
Beijing, China
A woman wearing a calabash-like hairpin makes her way in Beijing
A woman wearing a calabash-like hairpin makes her way in Beijing, China, September 25, 2015. Wearing antenna styled hairpins in the shape of various flowers and plants at scenic spots has become a new trend in Beijing. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
NIGERIA/
RTX15XY6
November 29, 2013
Children carve calabash in Angwa Kwata district, in Bauchi State, North Central Nigeria, November 28,...
ANGWA KWATA DISTRICT, Nigeria
Children carve calabash in Angwa Kwata district, in Bauchi State, North Central Nigeria
Children carve calabash in Angwa Kwata district, in Bauchi State, North Central Nigeria, November 28, 2013. Picture taken November 28, 2013. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (NIGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTX15SE2
November 25, 2013
Calabash craft works are displayed at an antique market in Beijing November 25, 2013. Calabash is a vegetable...
Beijing, China
Calabash craft works are displayed at an antique market in Beijing
Calabash craft works are displayed at an antique market in Beijing November 25, 2013. Calabash is a vegetable which is originally harvested for food but the Chinese also use it to make items such as musical instruments and art works decorated with calligraphy and drawings. Calabash craft work which burns pictures and calligraphy on gourds is believed to have originated from the early Qing Dynasty, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTX15SDY
November 25, 2013
A man chooses calabash craft products at an antique market in Beijing November 25, 2013. Calabash is...
Beijing, China
A man chooses calabash craft products at an antique market in Beijing
A man chooses calabash craft products at an antique market in Beijing November 25, 2013. Calabash is a vegetable which is originally harvested for food but the Chinese also use it to make items such as musical instruments and art works decorated with calligraphy and drawings. Calabash craft work which burns pictures and calligraphy on gourds is believed to have originated from the early Qing Dynasty, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTX15SDJ
November 25, 2013
Calabash craft works are displayed at an antique market in Beijing November 25, 2013. Calabash is a vegetable...
Beijing, China
Calabash craft works are displayed at an antique market in Beijing
Calabash craft works are displayed at an antique market in Beijing November 25, 2013. Calabash is a vegetable which is originally harvested for food but the Chinese also use it to make items such as musical instruments and art works decorated with calligraphy and drawings. Calabash craft work which burns pictures and calligraphy on gourds is believed to have originated from the early Qing Dynasty, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTX15SD6
November 25, 2013
Vendors make calabash craft products as they wait for customers at an antique market in Beijing November...
Beijing, China
Vendors make calabash craft products as they wait for customers at an antique market in Beijing
Vendors make calabash craft products as they wait for customers at an antique market in Beijing November 25, 2013. Calabash is a vegetable which is originally harvested for food but the Chinese also use it to make items such as musical instruments and art works decorated with calligraphy and drawings. Calabash craft work which burns pictures and calligraphy on gourds is believed to have originated from the early Qing Dynasty, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTXTMXV
October 20, 2010
An employee is seen through leaves of calabash grown inside an office of Pasona Group, an employment...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee is seen through leaves of calabash grown inside an office of Pasona Group during a photo...
An employee is seen through leaves of calabash grown inside an office of Pasona Group, an employment and staffing company, during a photo opportunity in Tokyo October 20, 2010. Vegetables, fruits and rice are grown and harvested by the employees at the company's "urban farm", aimed at creating a working environment coexisting with nature, according to the company. Negotiators from over 190 countries are gathered in Nagoya, Japan for a United Nations meeting to discuss ways to fight rising extinctions of plants and animals from pollution, climate change and habitat loss. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD AGRICULTURE)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E9VZ
May 22, 2010
A soccer fan sings during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A soccer fan sings during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg
A soccer fan sings during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot
. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E8BJ
May 22, 2010
A soccer fan looks on during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A soccer fan looks on during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg
A soccer fan looks on during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E8BH
May 22, 2010
A soccer fan looks on during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A soccer fan looks on during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg
A soccer fan looks on during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E8AH
May 22, 2010
A soccer fan blows a vuvuzela during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A soccer fan blows a vuvuzela during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg...
A soccer fan blows a vuvuzela during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot
.REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E8AE
May 22, 2010
A soccer fan sings during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A soccer fan sings during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg
A soccer fan sings during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot
. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E8A6
May 22, 2010
Soccer fans arrive for the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010....
Johannesburg, South Africa
Soccer fans arrive for the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg
Soccer fans arrive for the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E8A0
May 22, 2010
Soccer fans sing during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010....
Johannesburg, South Africa
Soccer fans sing during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg
Soccer fans sing during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E89Y
May 22, 2010
A hawker sells World Cup merchandise during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A hawker sells World Cup merchandise during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg...
A hawker sells World Cup merchandise during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E87C
May 22, 2010
Five fighter jets fly over Soccer City stadium during its re-opening in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Five fighter jets fly over Soccer City stadium during its re-opening in Johannesburg
Five fighter jets fly over Soccer City stadium during its re-opening in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and it underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2E86V
May 22, 2010
A soccer fan waves the South African nation flag beside policemen during the re-opening of the showpiece...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A soccer fan waves the South African nation flag beside policemen during the re-opening of the showpiece...
A soccer fan waves the South African nation flag beside policemen during the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and it underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTXQQGW
November 14, 2009
A Mozambique supporter waves a painted calabash during their 2010 World Cup qualifying match against...
Maputo, Mozambique
A Mozambique supporter waves a painted calabash during their 2010 World Cup qualifying match against...
A Mozambique supporter waves a painted calabash during their 2010 World Cup qualifying match against Tunisia in Maputo, November 14, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (MOZAMBIQUE SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTXQQGU
November 14, 2009
A Mozambique supporter waves a painted calabash during their 2010 World Cup qualifying match against...
Maputo, Mozambique
A Mozambique supporter waves a painted calabash during their 2010 World Cup qualifying match against...
A Mozambique supporter waves a painted calabash during their 2010 World Cup qualifying match against Tunisia in Maputo, November 14, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (MOZAMBIQUE SPORT SOCCER)
NIGERIA/
RTR26PGQ
August 14, 2009
A traditional voodoo maid (Arugba) carries the symbolic calabash of the river goddess Osun during the...
Osogbo, Nigeria
A traditional voodoo maid carries the symbolic calabash of the river goddess Osun during the annual celebration...
A traditional voodoo maid (Arugba) carries the symbolic calabash of the river goddess Osun during the annual celebration in her honour in Osogbo August 14, 2009. The annual cultural festival around the sacred grove, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005, draws tens of thousands of ethnic Yoruba Nigerians and others to mark the remains of the bond between humans and the river goddess, who is believed to bring divine favour and fertility. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA SOCIETY RELIGION)
NIGERIA
RTR21TJE
August 29, 2008
A traditional voodoo maid (Arugba) carries the symbolic calabash of the river goddess Osun during the...
Osogbo, Nigeria
Traditional voodoo maid carries the symbolic calabash of the river goddess Osun during the annual celebration...
A traditional voodoo maid (Arugba) carries the symbolic calabash of the river goddess Osun during the annual celebration in honour of the goddess in Osogbo August 29, 2008. The annual cultural festival around the sacred grove, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005, draws tens of thousands of ethnic Yoruba Nigerians and others to mark the remains of the bond between humans and the river goddess, who is believed to bring divine favour and fertility. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA/
RTR1YAJP
March 14, 2008
A man sells traditional fishing calabashes at a market ahead of the Argungu festival in Kebbi State,...
KEBBI, Nigeria
A man sells traditional fishing calabashes at a market ahead of Argungu festival in Kebbi State
A man sells traditional fishing calabashes at a market ahead of the Argungu festival in Kebbi State, North-West Nigeria, March 14, 2008. Hundreds of local fishermen from around Nigeria and other neighbouring countries of Niger and Mali are expected to participate in traditional bare-hand fishing at the annual Argungu fishing festival. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
CRICKET-WORLD
RTR1OLQZ
April 13, 2007
Mask maker Fitzgerald Roberts marks calabash masks for sale on Grand Anse beach in St George's, on the...
St Georges, Grenada
Mask maker Fitzgerald Roberts marks calabash masks for sale on Grand Anse beach in St George's, on the...
Mask maker Fitzgerald Roberts marks calabash masks for sale on Grand Anse beach in St George's, on the Caribbean island of Grenada, April 13, 2007. The island is playing host for six World Cup cricket Super Eights matches. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (GRENADA)
CRICKET-WORLD
RTR1OLQX
April 13, 2007
A couple walking on Grand Anse beach in St George's are seen through the face of a calabash mask, on...
St Georges, Grenada
A couple walking on Grand Anse beach in St George's are seen through the face of a calabash mask
A couple walking on Grand Anse beach in St George's are seen through the face of a calabash mask, on the Caribbean island of Grenada, April 13, 2007. The island is playing host for six World Cup cricket Super Eights matches. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (GRENADA)
CRICKET-WORLD
RTR1OLQU
April 13, 2007
A couple walking on Grand Anse beach in St George's are seen through the face of a calabash mask, on...
St Georges, Grenada
A couple walking on Grand Anse beach in St George's are seen through the face of a calabash mask
A couple walking on Grand Anse beach in St George's are seen through the face of a calabash mask, on the Caribbean island of Grenada, April 13, 2007. The island is playing host for six World Cup cricket Super Eights matches. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (GRENADA)
CRICKET-WORLD/
RTR1OLQR
April 13, 2007
Mask maker Fitzgerald Roberts poses with calabash masks on Grand Anse beach in St George's, on the Caribbean...
St Georges, Grenada
Mask maker Roberts poses with calabash masks on Grand Anse beach in St George's
Mask maker Fitzgerald Roberts poses with calabash masks on Grand Anse beach in St George's, on the Caribbean island of Grenada, April 13, 2007. The island is playing host for six World Cup cricket Super Eights matches. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (GRENADA)
NIGERIA/
RTR1K86X
December 09, 2006
A man swims using a calabash during the annual Argungu fishing festival on the Matan Fada river in Kebbi...
ARGUNGU, Nigeria
Man swims using a calabash during the annual Argungu fishing festival on the Matan Fada river in Kebbi...
A man swims using a calabash during the annual Argungu fishing festival on the Matan Fada river in Kebbi State, northwest Nigeria December 9, 2006. The Argungu fishing festival began in 1934 to mark peace between the former Sokoto Caliphate and the Kebbi Kingdom and is the culmination of a four-day cultural event where thousands of fishermen line up with their traditional nets and gourds to try to catch the biggest fish within an hour. Officials did not allow the fishing this year as they say the water lever is too low. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
MALI
RTR19YB5
December 02, 2005
Demonstrators from Africa and France break calabashes to protest against hunger and silence one day before...
Bamako, Mali
Demonstrators from Africa and France break calabashes during protest in Bamako, Mali
Demonstrators from Africa and France break calabashes to protest against hunger and silence one day before the start of the Franco-African Summit, in Bamako, Mali December 2, 2005. Youth from Africa and France gathered on Thursday for an alternative summit in Bamako. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
NIGERIA BLAIR
RTR8BSW
December 06, 2003
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, carries a
Calabash, a pot used by milk maids...
Abuja, Nigeria
CHERIE BLAIR CARRIES A CALABASH A POT USED BY MILK MAIDS TO STORE FRESH
MILK IN ABUJA.
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, carries a
Calabash, a pot used by milk maids to store fresh milk in the northern
territories of Nigeria, during her visit to the National Centre for
Women in Abuja, Nigeria, December 6, 2003. REUTERS/George Esiri

RUS/MD
PXP27D
RTRLXH7
April 11, 2003
A traditionally clad woman holds a calabash during the innauguration of
Makobo Modjadi VI as 'Rain Queen'...
Cape Town, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
WOMAN WITH CALABASH AT THE INNAUGURATION OF MAKOBO MODJADJI AS RAIN
QUEEN.
A traditionally clad woman holds a calabash during the innauguration of
Makobo Modjadi VI as 'Rain Queen' of the Balobedu people at Modjadji in
the country's northern Limpopo province on April 11, 2003. Modjadji is
believed by the Balobedu to possess the power to make rain, an ability
inherited from previous queens in a 200-year old lineage. REUTERS/Mike
Hutchings PP03040043

MH/
NIGERIA
RTRHIOV
April 27, 2001
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton displays a calabash presented to him by the people of the Sabon-Gari...
Sabon Gari, Niger - Republic of the
CLINTON DISPLAYS A CALABASH DURING VISIT TO SABON GARI.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton displays a calabash presented to him by the people of the Sabon-Gari village in Nigeria April 27, 2001. Clinton is on a visit to Nigeria where he is attending an African summit on HIV AIDS.

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