The number of those killed in Syria on the 24/9/2013 has reached 54, among them four women and six children.
The largest number of those killed was in Damascus and its suburbs, in which 16 were killed, four amongst them killed through clashes in the western Ghouta in rural Damascus, and five in Daraya (one of whom was killed due to shelling).
In Homs, 12 were killed, amongst them five detainees who died under torture and three who were victims of shelling on Ar-Rastan. In al-Wa’ar, two were also killed as a result of the shelling on the neighbourhood.
In Daraa, nine were killed, amongst them five from the village of Al-Sheikh Saa’d.
In Idlib, six were killed, amongst them four that perished due to the shelling on Ma’rat al-Numan, which was launched from the Wadi al-Dayf Camp.
In Deir Azzour, six were killed, three amongst them due to the shelling on Al-Rashidiya.
And amongst those killed were two (a father and son) from Nawa in Daraa, who were killed when their car ran over a mine between Nawa and Jaasim. A media activist from al-Nasiriya in rural Damascus was killed due to injuries he sustained in clashes, and a pregnant woman from Jayrood, rural Damascus, died due to injuries sustained from shelling.
As for those who died under torture, one was from al-Rastan in Homs and another from al-Qusair (Homs). Both were killed in the Military Intelligence branch. The other three from al-Qusair who were also killed due to torture, died in the Military Intelligence branch in Damascus.
Ordering of Provinces According to the numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 16 including a child and a lady
Homs: 12 including five killed under torture, 3 women and a child
Daraa: 9 including a child
Deir Azzour: 6
Hama: 2 including a child
Total: 54 killed
Names can be found in the Arabic Section.
Syrian Human Rights Committee