Two Nato troops were killed in a IED blast in eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday, NATO said.
Nato did not provide details about the exact location of the incident or the nationality of the troops, as per its protocol.
The deaths brings the number of foreign troops killed so far this year in Afghanistan to 217.
Earlier on Monday an Italian soldier died in an explosion at a police training center in Afghanistan and two others were wounded.
The Italian Defense Ministry said the soldier was a 30-year member of the Carabinieri, in the country on a mission to assist Afghan police. The two injured soldiers suffered leg wounds.
The ministry had no firm details on the circumstances of the blast, but said initial reports suggested a rocket had been fired into the base holding the center.
In another incident thirteen Taliban fighters were killed and four others wounded in clashes with Nato-led forces in the Sya Gard district of Ghorband valley in northern Parwan province.
But Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said they killed eight puppet soldiers and injured several others during the two-hour clash in the Wazghar area of the district.
During the clash foreign troops bombed the area but there was no casualties on Taliban fighters, he added.
In southern Ghazni province, 10 people were injured on Wednesday evening after rockets landed in a bazaar in Maqur district.
Taliban denied targeting the bazaar instead their spokesman Mujhaid claimed they attacked the Provincial Reconstruction Team building in the district -- killing three puppet soldiers.