Over 380 NATO Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan This Year

In-depth Report:

Four NATO soldiers killed in Afghan attacks

KABUL: Four soldiers with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) were killed on Sunday in two separate insurgent attacks in eastern and southern Afghanistan, NATO reported.

NATO has not confirmed their nationalities.

The attack comes a day after the death of 38 U.S. and Afghan troops in a military helicopter crash in eastern Afghanistan.

More than 380 foreign soldiers and officers have been killed in Afghanistan since the beginning of this year.

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