On 30/9/2013, 61 civilians in Syria were killed, amongst them three women and eight children.
The largest number of those killed was from Damascus and its suburbs, in which 29 were killed. Among them, six were from Douma in rural Damascus and among them three who were killed in clashes in the city.
In Daraa 17 were killed, six of whom died due to shelling on the city of Tafs and three from Inkhil.
And in Hama four were killed, two of whom died under torture.
Among those who were killed today was a lady from Douma (rural Damascus) who died due to a lack of nutrition as a result of the siege imposed on the city. A mosque worker and muezzin from al-Tal (rural Damascus) died in clashes in Daraa, and a man of Jordanian nationality died in the explosion of the Kaw’ al-Hars checkpoint in the area of Jadidat al-Shaybani in rural Damascus.
Three were killed under torture: the first was a child from al-Sabuniya neighbourhood in Hama who was killed under torture at the 227 Branch in Damascus. The second was from the Mashaa’ al-Arba’een neighbourhood in Hama- also killed in a prison in Damascus.
Three were killed by sniper fire: the first a child from Kafs (Daraa) who was killed by the sniper at al-Thakna al-Askariya, the second from al-Hamidiya in Homs and the third from Bustan al-Qasr in Aleppo who was killed by the sniper at the Karraj al-Hajz crossing.
Provinces listed according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 29 including a Jordanian and 2 children
Daraa: 17 including 4 children
Hama: 4 including a woman, a child and one who died under torture
Idlib: 3 including a child
Deir Azzour: 2
Total: 61 killed
(Names can be found in the Arabic section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee