Two Afghan army soldiers were killed and four people injured Tuesday morning in a roadside bombing in southwestern Nimroz province, police said. "A bomb planted along a road near Dilaram District bazaar was detonated at around 8 a.m. local time when a vehicle of Afghan National Army (ANA) passed by, killing two ANA soldiers," deputy provincial police chief General Abdul Rahim Chakhansoori said. The injured included two army soldiers and two civilians, he said, adding the injured have been admitted to a hospital in the district. He blamed Taliban insurgents for the attack. Taliban militants, who intensified activities against Afghan forces and NATO-led troops since the beginning of the spring, have yet to make comments. The insurgent group claimed responsibility for a series of attacks on Sunday in capital Kabul and three eastern provinces that left 51 people including 36 Taliban militants dead and 74 injured.