KABUL (AFP) - Two soldiers with Nato-led forces fighting Taliban-led insurgents were killed in a bomb explosion in southern Afghanistan, Nato said Monday. Two ISAF service members died following an IED strike in southern Afghanistan yesterday (Sunday), Natos International Security Assistance Force said. The latest deaths took to 61 the number of the foreign soldiers killed in Afghanistan since the start of the year, according to an AFP count based on a tally kept by independent icasualties.org website. Two Swedish army officers and an Afghan interpreter were also killed on Sunday when a patrol came under attack in near the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif, Swedens armed forces announced.