One hundred and twenty-eight civilians were killed in Syria on Thursday 28/11/2013, among them twelve women and seventeen children.
The city of Aleppo witnessed the highest death toll of 41 civilians, among them 14 (including two women and seven children) that died in shelling on the Qadi Askar district, and six others (including three women and three children) that died due to the violent shelling on the village of Deir Haafir in rural Aleppo.
Thirty-seven were killed in Damascus and its suburbs, among them twelve that died in clashes and shelling on Douma and five from al-Marj that died in clashes with regime forces.
In Hama, 16 were killed, among them seven that were killed by regime forces in Zuwar Abu Zaid and two that died due to shelling on Sawran.
And in Ar-Raqqah, 12 were killed when a Ground-to-Ground Missile hit the “Cardamom Market” area.
And among those killed there three that died under torture in regime prisons: two of them from Ghabaghib in Daraa and the third from al-Quseir in Homs. A newborn baby from Douma died due to lack of food and medicine as a result of the regime imposed blockade on the city, and a civilian from Hama was summarily executed in Zuwar Abu Zeid at the hands of regime forces. A civilian from Homs perished after suffering from disease and not being able to access food or medicine, two from Kafr Tkhareem in Idlib died due to the explosion of a cluster bomb, and a university student from Jisr al-Shughoor in Idlib died due to shelling.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Aleppo: 41 including 7 women and 13 children
Damascus and its suburbs: 37 including a woman and 3 children
Hama: 16 including a woman
Ar-Raqqah: 12 including 2 women
Daraa: 8 including 2 that died under torture
Idlib: 7 including a woman
Homs: 4 including a child
Total: 128 Killed
(Names can be found in the Arabic section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee