ASADABAD (AFP) - Two children were killed in an international air raid near where nine others died in another recent strike, an Afghan official said Tuesday, while Nato said it targeted suspected insurgents. Last night, two children who were irrigating their land were hit by a coalition air strike and both were killed, Abdul Marjan, the district chief of Sawkai in eastern Kunar province, told AFP. A spokesman for the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) confirmed there had been an incident, but said those targeted were suspected insurgents. He also said one person had been killed and another wounded in the incident. Last night we observed two suspected insurgents placing an IED (improvised explosive device) in the road. After we positively identified them, we called an air weapons team in, killing one and injuring another, the spokesman said.