FRANCE 24 report: On the streets of Kabul with the Taliban police • FRANCE 24 English

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Omnipresent on the streets of #Kabul, #Taliban fighters are keeping a tight grip over the city, the centre of their new regime, which they call the Islamic Emirate of #Afghanistan.

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