The death toll on Wednesday 19/03/2014 reached 64 deaths, including eight children.
In Damascus and its suburbs 30 were killed, including 11 from Qudsia (Rural Damascus) that died from shelling by warplanes.
And among those killed, three from Daraa were executed at the hands of the regime and a man in his fifties from Ramla (Aleppo) died as a result of lack of medical supplies and lack of air in central Aleppo prison. In addition, a child from Douma (Rural Damascus) died as a result of lack of food and medical supplies due to the siege on eastern Ghouta imposed by regime forces. A member of the team Qudsia media died as a result of bombing of warplanes.
Thirteen were killed under torture; the first was a nurse from Qarfa (Daraa) killed in the Palestine prison in Damascus, the second from Jasim (Daraa) was also killed in Palestine prison, four from Idlib, and seven from Rural Damascus (among them one from Yalda killed in regime prisons after having endured imprisonment that lasted more than a year and two months. His body has not been handed over to his family).
As a result of bombing of explosive barrels, three children from Aleppo and two children from Rural Aleppo were killed.
Three people from Rural Damascus were shot by regime snipers.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 29 including 2 children among them 7 killed under torture.
Daraa: 11 including 2 killed under torture.
Aleppo: 10 including 6 children.
Idlib: 5 including 4 killed under torture.
Al- Quneitra: 2
Deir Azzour: 1
Total: 64 deaths.