One hundred and ten civilians were killed in Syria on Monday 11/11/2013, among them eight women and 14 children.
The largest number of those killed were from Aleppo, in which 38 were killed, among them 11 that perished in as a result of a car bomb explosion in Ain al-Arab (rural Aleppo), 10 that were killed in clashes in Eastern rural Aleppo, and seven that died in clashes at Brigade 80.
In Damascus and its suburbs, 24 were killed, among them five Christian children from Bab Sharqi (Damascus) that died when a mortar rock fell on the district. The source of the mortar rocket is unknown.
Sixteen were killed in Homs, among them three from Talbisah and two from al-Ghanto.
And in Daraa, 13 were killed, among them two that died due to shelling on Daa’il and two that died for the same reason in Inkhil.
And among those killed were five Christian children from Bab Sharqi in Damascus that died when a mortar rocket (from an unknown source) hit the district, a child from Douma (rural Damascus) that died on 7-11-2013 due to injuries she sustained on the chemical attacks on al-Ghouta, a civilian from al-Sakhna (Homs) that died in a landmine explosion close to the area, four from Homs that died due to a car bomb explosion in Ain al-Arab (Aleppo), a civilian from al-Sfeerah in rural Aleppo that died on 6-11-2013 when his car was targeted with a rocket, a man from Nawa (Daraa) that died when his car exploded after running over a landmine left behind by the army, a civilian from Mahja (Daraa) also died due to a landmine explosion, a civilian from Aamido (Hasaka) that died in a fire which erupted in Kublan Camp in Dahouk, two civilians from Kubani and two children and two civilians from Kafrzeita in Hama were killed in a car bomb explosion in Kubani (rural Aleppo), and a civilian from Ma’arat Hurma in Idlib that died after his family’s tent was subjected to a fire in Atmah.
Three died under torture: the first from Yarmouk Camp, the second – a man in his thirties- from Marj al-Dar in Homs died under torture in the military security in Homs, and the third from Bosr al-Hareer in Daraa.
Activists also confirmed the death of a defected captain from Talbisah (Homs) that died in clashes at Mulook Checkpoint, as well as a defected lieutenant from al-Salmiah (Hama) that died in clashes in the battle at Aleppo International Airport, and a defected soldier from al-Bab (rural Aleppo) that died in clashes with the regime at the frontier of Brigade 80, a flight engineer from Tal’arn in Aleppo that died in clashes with the regime on 6-11-2013, a nurse from Kubani in Aleppo that died in a car bomb explosion in front of the red crescent building, and a paramedic from Baza’ah (Aleppo) that died during shelling on the al-Naqarin district whilst he was tending to his duties.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Aleppo: 38 including a defected soldier, a nurse, paramedic and flight engineer
Damascus and its suburbs: 24 including 3 women, 7 children and one that died under torture
Homs: 16 including a child, defected captain and one that died under torture
Daraa: 13 including 2 women, 3 children and one that died under torture
Hama: 5 including 2 children and a defected lieutenant
Deir Azzour: 2
Other nationalities: 1 Palestinian
(Names are found in Arabic section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee