The death toll on Sunday 30/03/2014 reached 48 deaths, including four women and six children.
Among those killed was a man in his sixties from Douma (Rural Damascus) who died as a result of lack of medical supplies due to the siege imposed by regime forces on Eastern Ghouta. A child from Shab’a (Rural Damascus) died as a result of lack of medicine and a man and a child from Ali al-Jamal (Al-Latakia) were found with their throats slit and beheaded in a public park. In addition a man from al-Khalidiya (Homs) was shot by the Shabiha as he was leaving the siege whilst wounded; after he was given security. Also a child from Tafs (Daraa) died as a result of his wounds sustained by the bombing of explosive barrels on the town, as well as a child from Tarkman Barih (Rural Aleppo) killed by the explosion of a bag in possession of explosives. Furthermore a man from Kafr Nuran (Rural Aleppo) died due to a car bomb explosion while entering the town of Nafnataz (Rural Idlib) and a man in his forties from al-Hajib (Rural Aleppo) died as a result of being targeted by regime forces while trying to enter Jordanian territory
Three were killed under torture: the first from Tiba al-Imam (Hama) killed in Sednaya prison, the second from Homs killed in Damascus Branch 215 and the third was a man in his sixties from al-Abada (Rural Damascus) killed in regime prisons after an imprisonment of approximately six months.
Five were shot by regime snipers: the first from Daraa al-Mahta shot in Daraa al-Mahta, the second a child from al-Sheikh Miskeen (Daraa) shot in the city and three from Bustan al-Qasr (Aleppo) were shot by Karaj al-Hajz snipers.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Aleppo: 18 including a child.
Homs: 8 including a man killed under torture and a woman.
Daraa: 7 including 2 children and a woman.
Damascus and its suburbs: 7 including 2 children and 2 women.
Al-Latakia: 2 one of them a child.
Hama: 2 one of them killed under torture.
Deir Azzour: 1
Total: 48 deaths.