Afghans Wary of Returning Virtue Police The Department for the Prevention of Vice and the Promotion of Virtue, one of the most feared Taliban-era institutions, is returning under the current U.S.-backed government. Many Afghans remember being thrown in jail or tortured by the Taliban version of the organization.
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Afghans Wary of Returning Virtue Police

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Afghans Wary of Returning Virtue Police

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Afghans Wary of Returning Virtue Police

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The Department for the Prevention of Vice and the Promotion of Virtue, one of the most feared Taliban-era institutions, is returning under the current U.S.-backed government. Many Afghans remember being thrown in jail or tortured by the Taliban version of the organization.