Life under Taliban rule in Afghanistan's Jalalabad

In eastern Afghanistan, people are getting used to seeing the Taliban on the streets.
Two weeks since the city of Jalalabad was taken without a fight, the Taliban says it is establishing a system of security and justice.
But the group faces an uphill struggle to solve socioeconomic concerns and mistrust from people who remember the Taliban from 20 years ago.
Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid was given exclusive access to the city after the US withdrawal was complete.

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