KABUL, Afghanistan, Nov. 14 (UPI) -- Improvised explosive devices have killed two U.S. soldiers and a U.S. civilian contractor in Afghanistan, the NATO-led force said Saturday.
One soldier, a member of the U.S. military serving with NATO's International Security Assistance Force, was killed Friday by a roadside bomb in eastern Afghanistan, CNN reported. The other soldier and the contractor died Friday in southern Afghanistan in another bombing.
Another IED concealed in a vehicle exploded early Saturday on Jalalabad Road in Kabul, the ISAF said. The bomb went off near a NATO convoy and wounded Afghan civilians, members of the NATO forces and contractors, the ISAF said.
"This is another attack by insurgents that injured the people of Afghanistan and our personnel who are partnering with the Afghan security forces to bring better development, governance and security to Afghanistan," said Lt. Col. Todd Vician, a NATO spokesman. "This attack will not deter us from continuing our important mission."