Ninety-Eight civilians were killed in Syria on Tuesday 8/10/2013, among them nine children and five women.
The largest number of those killed fell in Damascus and its suburbs, in which 19 were killed, amongst them five who died due to shelling on al-Buwaida and two due to shelling on Baqeen and two due to shelling on Arbeen.
In Daraa, 16 were killed, among them four that died in clashes close to the Gharaz Prison in Daraa, and a further three that were killed due to shelling which took place on the Hay Route. Two were killed due to shelling on Daraa al-Balad as well as two in Inkhil and two who were killed by sniper fire.
In Idlib, 15 died, amongst them five from al-Ghassaniah in Jisr al-Shughoor who died due to shelling.
In Hama, 13 were killed, among them five in Sawraan in rural Hama who died due to regime bombing using explosive barrels.
And in Al-Hasaka, 11 were killed including three that died due to injuries they sustained due to shelling which took place on al-Shadadi (rural Al-Hasaka).
In Aleppo, nine were killed, among them a woman and three children who died due to violent shelling on the Abu Jareen Camp in Al-Sfeera. Three were also killed by sniper fire.
In Lattakia, three from al-Hiffah died due to shelling which targeted the al-Ghasaniah village in rural Idlib.
And in Tartous three from Banyas were killed due to the shelling which took place in al-Ghasaniah (rural Idlib).
Among those who were killed was a Paramedic from al-Na’eemah in Daraa, a child from Latmeen (Hama) who died due to the explosion of a bomb left by the Syrian army, and a man in his thirties who died in a car accident whilst he was getting fuel to insure the running of a bakery (ran by the Free Syrian Army). Two defected soldiers were also killed: the first, from Idlib, died in clashes between Daraa and the Gharaz Prison, and the second from Daraya in rural Damascus, died in clashes in Tafas, Daraa.
Seven were killed by sniper fire: the first from Tareeq al-Sad in Daraa, the second from Tafas in Daraa who was killed by a sniper during clashes in Tafas; the third from Madaya in rural Damascus and the fourth a child from Aqyool in Aleppo who was killed by the sniper stationed at Thakna Hanano. The fifth victim was a child from Bab al-Neirab, Aleppo who was killed by the sniper at the Karraj Crossing, the sixth victim, from Dabiq in Aleppo, was shot by a sniper whilst he diffused a bomb, and the seventh a woman from Areeha, Aleppo.
Two were killed under torture: the first was in his twenties and from Al-Sabuniya in Hama, and the second from Albo Amr in Deir Azzour died under torture in Damascus.
Listing of provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 19 including a child
Daraa: 16 including two women
Idlib: 15 including a woman and a child
Hama: 13 including a child and a civilian that died under torture
Aleppo: 9 including 6 children and a woman
Deir Azzour: 6
(Names can be found in the Arabic Section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee