The story: Iran has redeployed its morality police to enforce the country's Islamic dress code. This comes as a rising number of women have following last year’s anti-establishment protests flouted the mandatory hijab.
Some observers believed the authorities had done away with the notorious "Guidance Patrol." The decision to reinstate the morality police has been condemned by critics who say wearing the hijab should be a personal choice.
The coverage: A police spokesman announced on July 16 that street patrols and police vans had returned to enforce the Islamic dress code for women.
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