Two soldiers of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) were killed in separate attacks in Afghanistan, the military alliance said Friday, reported dpa.
One soldier was killed by a bomb in a southern province, ISAF said, while the other was killed in an insurgent attack in the east of the country.
NATO, as a rule, does not provide information on the nationalities of the deceased.
According to ISAF, 13 soldiers were killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday and Thursday. Since the beginning of this year, more than 590 foreign troops have been killed in Afghanistan, the independent internet service icasualties.org said, making 2010 the bloodiest year for the international forces since the ouster of the Taliban regime in late 2001.