Ninety-four civilians were killed in Syria on 26/11/2013, among them five women and 14 children.
Approximately half of those killed were from the Damascus and its suburbs, in which 49 were killed, among them ten (including a woman and five children) that died due to shelling on Harasta, seven that died due to shelling on al-Nabak, four from Douma, and four from Bait Sahm.
Nineteen were killed in Aleppo, among them four children that died due to shelling on al-Naziheen Camp close to al-Sukari in rural Aleppo.
And in Homs, seven were killed.
And among those killed, two were killed by sniper fire: the first a disabled child from Bait Sahm (rural Damascus) that was killed on 14-11-2013, and the second from al-Mahata district in Homs who was killed by the sniper at al-Wa’ar as he drove a car. A man in his fifties from Bait Sahmin rural Damascus died under torture in Syrian regime prisons on 9-2013, and a man in this thirties from Aleppo perished when a bomb fell on his car on the Khanasir route in Aleppo, yesterday.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 49 including 2 women and 8 children
Aleppo: 19 including 4 children
Deir Azzour: 3
Total: 94 killed
(Names can be found in the Arabic section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee