KABUL (AFP) - The deaths of three NATO soldiers - two on Sunday - in Afghanistan to fight the Taliban-led insurgency have taken the toll for this year to 626. NATOs International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said the soldiers, whose nationalities were not revealed, died following insurgent attacks in eastern Afghanistan. One of the soldiers died on Saturday and two died on Sunday, ISAF said in separate statements. The AFP toll is based on a tally kept by the independent icasualties.org website. The total number of foreign soldiers killed in Afghanistan since the war began in late 2001 is 2,196. Last year, 521 foreign troops died in the war. Meanwhile, the Helmand governors office said that an improvised explosive device killed five civilians on Sunday morning. It exploded when a car in which 11 people were travelling near the provincial capital of Lashkar Gah hit it, the office said in a statement. All 11 people were driving in the car, five of them have unfortunately died, including a woman, and six others were injured including four children, the statement said.