NATO says three U.S. service members have been killed in southern Afghanistan, but the international coalition says they did not die in connection with a, in Helmand province.
NATO said the Americans died following a bombing, but it provided no other details.
Afghan National Army Maj. Abdul Rahman says international troops were killed when a suicide bomber on a motorbike targeted a joint foot patrol of Afghan and U.S. soldiers in Kandahar province, which lies next to Helmand. NATO would not confirm if it was the same incident.
Separately, NATO says a Canadian soldier has died of injuries he suffered in a training accident Friday on a shooting range northeast of Kandahar.