KABUL (AFP) - A soldier with Natos International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) was killed by a homemade bomb in southern Afghanistan on Friday, Nato said. An ISAF service member died following an IED strike in southern Afghanistan today, the alliance said in a statement, referring to an improvised explosive device, the Taliban insurgencys weapon of choice. Nato did not disclose the soldiers nationality, in keeping with its policy that leaves this to the deceaseds home country. The latest casualty brings the number of foreign soldiers killed in Afghanistan this year to 212, according to an AFP tally based on the icasualties.org website.