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Afghan National Army soldiers stand alert after clashes against security forces at Kandahar Airport on December 9, 2015, a sprawling complex which also houses a joint NATO-Afghan base. At least 37 people were killed when Taliban insurgents wearing military uniforms stormed Kandahar airport, triggering pitched gun battles in a lengthy siege as President Ashraf Ghani on December 9 sought to revive peace talks at a regional conference.The raid on the sprawling complex, which also houses a joint NATO-Afghan base, is seen as the most serious attack on the largest military installation in southern Afghanistan in 14 years of war. AFP PHOTO / Jawed Tanveer 
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Afghan National Army soldiers stand alert after clashes against security forces at Kandahar Airport on December 9, 2015, a sprawling complex which also houses a joint NATO-Afghan base. At least 37 people were killed when Taliban insurgents wearing military uniforms stormed Kandahar airport, triggering pitched gun battles in a lengthy siege as President Ashraf Ghani on December 9 sought to revive peace talks at a regional conference.The raid on the sprawling complex, which also houses a joint NATO-Afghan base, is seen as the most serious attack on the largest military installation in southern Afghanistan in 14 years of war. AFP PHOTO / Jawed Tanveer 
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At least 37 people are dead in Afghanistan in the latest Taliban attack. CNN's Robyn Curnow has the latest.

Attack on airport leaves dozens dead

At least 37 people are dead in Afghanistan in the latest Taliban attack. CNN's Robyn Curnow has the latest.