The death toll on Thursday 6/3/2014 reached 74 deaths, including three women and ten children.
The largest numbers of deaths were in Damascus, where 29 people including seven died as a result of bombing on the town of Deir Khabiya and seven from bombing on al-Maqilbiya (Rural Damascus).
Among the dead, a child, a man in his thirties and a man in his eighties from Yarmouk camp died as a result of the food and dehydration due to the siege. Two men from al-Miyadin (Deir Azzour) were arrested and killed as they returned to Salahadin and a man from Mohsin (Deir Azzour) died as a result of a remnant army shell on agricultural land.
Additionally a man from al-Artab (Aleppo) died from his wounds from an explosion that happened today in the city of al-Artab. As well as a man from Darra Azza (Rural Aleppo) died following the targeting of al-Sukari neighbourhood (Aleppo) with explosive time bombs by warplanes yesterday.
Two were killed under torture; the first from Tafs (Daraa) and the second a man in his fifties from Tadmur (Homs).
Three were shot by regime snipers; the first from Busra al-Sham (Daraa), the second from Kafr Zita (Hama) shot by a sniper in Mork clashes and the third a child from Aleppo killed in Aleppo old city.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus: 29 including a child.
Aleppo: 15 including a child.
Deir Azzour: 8
Homs: 8 including a man killed under torture.
Daraa: 4 including a man killed under torture.
Total: 73 deaths.