KABUL, Afghanistan (CNN) -- Five members of the NATO-led force in Afghanistan died Sunday, the force said.
Two members of the International Security Assistance Force were killed Sunday when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan, the force said.
Separately, a service member died of wounds suffered in an exchange of fire that also happened in southern Afghanistan, the force said.
The identities and nationalities of the service members were not released publicly, but at least two of the five were from the United States.
Also, one U.S. service member was killed in an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan, and another died in a roadside bomb attack in southern Afghanistan, the NATO-led force said.
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Seventeen coalition troops have been killed in September, including nine U.S. troops, according to CNN figures compiled from coalition reports.