Child's play in War-Torn Pakistan

As a young boy enters a circle of children sitting on the ground, a girl in the group welcomes him into their imagined guestroom and asks who he is. He replies that he is a guest and then suddenly lets off a firecracker. The other children fall to the ground crying out for help. One calls for an ambulance. In other games, they mock Taliban militants by covering their faces with thick turbans, brandish guns above their heads and pin victims to the floor.

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