The death toll on Tuesday 25/3/2014 reached 87 deaths, including five women and 17 children.
Aleppo and its suburbs witnessed the killing of 38 people, among them five that died as a result of the shelling on Jabal Badru, six others in bombing on Haritan and ten that died due to bombing of warplanes on Aleppo districts.
In Idlib 17 were killed, including four from Ram Hamdan that died as a result of bombing on Tariq al-Baab (Aleppo).
Among those killed were three children from Douma (Rural Damascus) that died as a result of lack of medical supplies due to the siege imposed by regime forces on Eastern Ghouta. A man from Aleppo died due to the bombing of warplanes on a car carrying him on the Kasb route, as well as a man in his sixties from al-Haydaria (Aleppo) that died due to lack of medical supplies. In addition a man from Hosh Arab (Rural Damascus) died from burns sustained after the fall of a rocket onto his car and a man, a woman and three children from Qal’at al-Hosn (Homs) were shot by regime loyalists. Furthermore, a man from al-Musaifira (Daraa) was shot by Jordanian border guards.
As a result of bombing of explosive barrels 19 were killed from Aleppo, including three women and four children.
Two from Aleppo were shot by regime snipers at Karaj al-Hajar crossing.
Five were killed under torture: the first a man in his fifties from al-Midan (Damascus), the second from Inkhal (Daraa), two from Idlib and the fifth from Deir Azzour.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Aleppo: 38 including 8 children and 3 women.
Idlib: 17 including 2 children and a woman.
Rural Damascus: 9 including 4 children and one killed under torture.
Homs: 8 including 3 children and a woman.
Deir Azzour: one killed under torture.
Total: 87 deaths.