Two soldiers with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) were killed by roadside bombing in southern Afghanistan, said a statement by the alliance issued on Tuesday.
"Two International Security Assistance Force service members were killed Sept. 21 by two separate improvised explosive device detonations in southern Afghanistan," the statement said.
One of the soldiers is from the United States, U.S. spokesperson Capt. Regina Gillis confirmed.
International troops, mostly from America, Britain and Canada, have been deployed in unrest southern Afghanistan.
364 foreign soldiers were killed so far this year in the war-torn country as Washington was mulling to send more troops.