Sixty-four civilians were killed in Syria on Friday 22/11/2013, among them five women and nine children.
The largest number killed were from the city of Damascus and its suburbs in which 30 were killed, among them ten unidentified civilians who were found in the district of al-Qadam (Damascus) after regime forces carried out their continuous raids of demolishing homes in the district. In addition, four civilians were killed in shelling on Babila (rural Damascus) and five fell in clashes in the Eastern Ghouta.
Twelve were killed in Aleppo, among them eight that died as a result of the shelling on al-Bab.
And in Al-Hasaka, three civilians were confirmed to have been killed as a result of gunfire from PKK militias.
And among those killed were ten from al-Qadam who were found after regime forces carried out their continuing acts of demolition on homes in the district, a media activist from Arbeen (rural Damascus) that died as he covered the clashes, a newborn baby from Harasta (rural Damascus) that died due to lack of medical supplies as a result of the regime siege imposed on the city, three from al-Aghbeesh in al-Hasaa that were killed by PKK gunfire, a Palestinian from al-‘Aideen Camp that died in shelling on the Yarmoul Camp in Damascus, and a civilian from al-Wa’ar that was killed by sniper fire on 14-11-2013.
Four were killed under torture: the first from al-Tal (rural Damascus), the second from al-Qaryatain (Homs), the third from Khan Sheikhoon (Idlib) who died under torture in a regime prison in Damascus after he was arrested from Damascus University, and the fourth from Kansafra in Idlib.
List of Provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 30 including 3 children and a media activist
Aleppo: 12 including 5 children
Homs: 9 including a woman, a child, and one that died under torture
Idlib: 4 including 3 women and one that died under torture
Daraa: 2 including a woman
Total: 64 killed
(Names included in Arabic Section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee