KABUL (AP) -- NATO says a bomb has killed two of its service members in southern Afghanistan.
The statement from the U.S.-led coalition did not provide the nationalities of the two nor any other details of the Thursday attack.
The deaths bring the number of foreign troops killed this month to at least 38, and the total for this year to at least 253.
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