Albanian boys lock and load a water pistol in Velika Krusa, Kosovo, site of a 1999 massacre.
Boys in Kabul grow up learning a very lax shooting etiquette.
Target practice starts young on Egypt's streets of rage.
Picking out your enemy is all in a day's play in Herat, Afghanistan.
A boy in the relief camp at Nowshera, Pakistan, aims for satisfaction.
Palestinian playdates climax with a sweep-and-clear procedure in the city of Jenin.
Palestinian boys don festive armaments for the annual Nakba bewailment.
Tripoli tykes are in a hurry to go from being boys to gunmen.
A Somali child hesitates to put his gun aside during prayer time in Mogadishu.
In Beirut, Lebanese lads flex their trigger fingers and adopt the veil of violence.
This Chechen boy intuitively knows to create weapons from materials at hand.
In Uganda, style points are awarded for being natty while deadly.
Food, security and sanity are all in short supply in Congo, but every boy has his fill of imaginary bullets.
In Khartoum, Sudanese boys raise weapons to the sky in support of President Omar al-Bashir, who is notorious for his use of child soldiers.
In Jordan, toddlers dream of one day being old enough to go off to sleepaway Hate Camp.