It was an expected sight in the Afghan capital Kabul: 100 boys and girls on foot, stilts and unicycles, juggling tennis balls and batons.
The parade was part of the national juggling championship.
Organizers hope juggling builds self-confidence in children who've known only war in their lifetimes.
NPR's Kabul correspondent Sean Carberry reports.
This segment aired on August 19, 2013.