The death toll on Thursday 3/4/2014 reached 80 deaths, including ten women and 11 children.
Nineteen civilians were killed in the city of Aleppo and its suburbs, among them six that died in the bombing of explosive barrels on Ba’idin district (Aleppo) and four in bombing on al-Maysir neighbourhood.
In Homs 12 were killed, including ten killed in shelling by military aviation on al-Ghantu.
Among those killed, a man from Yarmouk camp (Damascus) died as a result of dehydration and malnutrition due to the siege on the area. In addition, a defected soldier from al-Qasur (Hama) died in clashes in al-Maliha (Rural Damascus) on 27/3/2014, as well as a woman from al-Kareem (Hama) that was executed on the grounds in the village and five men from Tal Barak (Al-Hassaka) were killed under torture in regime prisons. Furthermore, a media activist from Jabal al-Zawiya (Idlib) died in clashes in Jisr al-Shagour and two men, three women and a child from Idlib died as a result of the regime targeting a bus on the road to Bizit village. Moreover a man in his twenties from al-Sheikh Sa’eed (Aleppo) died as a result of his wounds sustained in shelling on al-Hathir village by the wounded rescue and a child from Douma (Rural Damascus) died as a result of lack of food and medicine due to the siege on the area.
As a result of bombing of explosive barrels four men and two women from Ba’idin (Rural Aleppo) were killed and a woman from Kahil (Daraa).
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 21 including a child.
Aleppo: 19 including a child and 4 women.
Homs: 12 including 2 children and a woman.
Idlib: 11 including a child and 3 women.
Hama: 5 including a woman.
Daraa: 2 including a woman
Total: 80 deaths.