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November 25, 2015 
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben share coconut milk from a gourd during their wedding... 
PARA, Suriname 
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben are wedded under the African-American Winti religion... 
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben share coconut milk from a gourd during their wedding ceremony in the second public marriage ever held under the African-American Winti religion in district Para, Suriname, November 18, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is only the second ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh 
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