Kabul Bomb Attack Afghanistan
The latest NATO member deaths follow a suicide attack in Kabul earlier this month. Reuters

Two international Nato members have been killed in an attack in Afghanistan.

They were killed by a bomb attached to a bicycle which was detonated near a foreign military convoy in the eastern part of the capital Kabul before 9am on Monday, (24 November).

One Afghan civilian was also wounded, according to reports from Associated Press.

It brings the final death toll of foreign service members to 63 who have been killed this year.

It comes as foreign compounds and military convoys have been increasingly targeted by insurgent groups. At least four people were killed after a suicide bomber rammed a small truck packed with explosives into a foreign-run security compound in Kabul.