Four ISAF soldiers killed
Two International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) soldiers died on Monday in separate roadside bombs in eastern and southern Afghanistan, two brief statements from the media office of the coalition, said.
Separately, another ISAF service member died as a result of an insurgent attack on Sunday, while the 4th was killed in the similar incident on Monday in eastern Afghanistan, other separate statements, said.
In line with its policy, the alliance neither revealed the nationalities of the fallen soldiers, nor the exact locations of the incidents.
Most of the soldiers fighting against insurgents in southern Afghanistan are US and British, while US soldiers are settled in the eastern provinces of the country.
Since the beginning of 2011, 65 international servicemembers have been killed in Afghanistan. Last year, 711 foreign troops were killed in the country.
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