KABUL, Afghanistan - Two North Atlantic Treaty Organization soldiers in Afghanistan reportedly were killed in separate roadside bombings Thursday.
The BBC quoted a NATO statement that the incidents occurred in the eastern parts of country. The victims were traveling when they were hit by roadside bombs.
Neither the identities of the victims nor their nationalities have been disclosed.
The BBC report said earlier this week, eight Canadian soldiers were killed in two incidents in the southern province of Kandahar.
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