Fifty-eight civilians were killed in Syria on Wednesday 11/12//2013, among them eight women and 15 children.
The largest number was killed in Damascus and its suburbs, in which 23 were killed, among them seven from Douma that were killed by regime gunfire and five that were summarily executed by regime forces in al-Nabak (rural Damascus).
In Aleppo, 16 were killed, among them five that died in clashes in Bustan al-Qasr, four that perished in the shelling on Qadi Askar, and four that also died in shelling on Jisr al-Haj.
And among those killed were five from al-Nabak that were executed by regime forces and forces loyal to the regime, a child from Douma that died due to shock as a result of regime shelling, two from al-Qadam in Damascus that whose rotting corpses were discovered close to the Amjad Tarabulsi School, a woman in her sixties from al-Safeerah (Aleppo) who was slaughtered by Shabiha thugs loyal to the regime in the city, a disabled child from Qita (Daraa) that died due to shelling, and a man in his sixties from al-Zabadani that was killed by regime sniper fire at Hajiz al-‘Aqbah. A member of the media team of the “Syrian Revolution General Commission” from Idlib was killed in shelling by the Syrian regime, and a child from Rastan, Homs, perished as a result of the freezing temperatures and the blockade imposed by the regime on the city.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 23 including a woman and a child
Aleppo: 16 including a woman and a child
Daraa: 8 including a woman and a child
Idlib: 6 including a media worker and 2 that died under torture
Homs: 4 including a child
Total: 58 killed
(Names can be found in the Arabic Section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee