Four US soldiers were killed in southern Afghanistan Tuesday in a roadside bomb attack.
NATO confirmed the deaths of the ISAF soldiers in Kandahar province in a statement.
The soldiers were on patrol in the Zhari district when their convoy was struck by a bomb likely planted by the Taliban.
"The convoy struck an IED (improvised explosive devise) in Zhari district this afternoon," US Col. Thomas Collins told the Associated Press.
On Monday, a roadside bomb killed three Georgian soldiers near Kandahar city.
Georgia has more than 1500 troops in Afghanistan and has lost 22 soldiers.