Sixty-nine civilians were killed in Syria on Wednesday 6/11/2013, among them ten women and ten children.
The largest number killed was in Damascus and its suburbs, in which 26 were killed, among them two nurses, four from the village of Qaara and three from Sabir (rural Damascus) that were killed in clashes.
Twelve from Homs were killed, among them five from Maheen (Eastern rural Homs) that died due to the continuous shelling on their town, and three from al-Wa’ar (two of whom died by gunfire and the third due to shelling).
In Aleppo, 11 were killed, among them three who died during the shelling on al-Kalasah.
From Daraa, ten were killed; among them four from Taseel that died due to shelling, and a husband and wife from Qarfa that died in shelling on the road connecting Al-Asaali and al-Hajar al-Aswad in Damascus.
Among those who were killed was a doctor from Homs that died when a mortar shell hit the al-Hijaz square in Damascus, a nurse that was killed by regime gunfire as she gave medical aid to the injured in al-Abbadah in rural Damascus, a media activist from al-Duweiraniya in Aleppo that was killed as he covered the al-Mahata al-Harariya clashes, a political prisoner that died in shelling as the political wing of Aleppo Central Prison was raided, a civilian in his fifties from Batyu (Aleppo) who died in Aleppo Central Prison due to his illness and ill nutrition, a civilian from al-Muwathifayn (Deir Azzour) that died under torture in regime prisons in Damascus, a woman from al-Ghariya (Al-Suwayda’) who died in an explosion which targeted the airforce intelligence branch, and a man and child from al-Wa’ar that were killed by snipers of the regime.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Rural Damascus: 26 including 2 nurses
Homs: 12 including a child and doctor
Aleppo: 11 including a media activist and 3 children
Daraa: 10 including a woman and 3 children
Idlib: 4 including 2 children
Hama: 2 including a child
Deir Azour: 2
Total: 69 Killed
(Names can be found in the Arabic Section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee