The death toll on Sunday reached 121 deaths, including nine women and 13 children.
Fifty-nine civilians were killed in the city of Aleppo and its suburbs, including nine civilians killed in shelling on al-Muwasalat al-Qadeema district (Aleppo), 14 others died as a result of shelling on Ba’badeen (Aleppo) and 21 civilians died in al-Firdaus district (Aleppo) due to aircraft bombing on the district.
In Damascus and its suburbs 31 civilians were killed, including seven killed by shelling on the Jirud city market (Rural Damascus).
In Idlib 13 civilians were killed, including five from one family killed by shelling on the city of Bansh (Rural Idlib).
Among those killed, three including a woman from Khan Shikhoun (Idlib) died due to chemical bombing on al-Tamani’a and a media activist from Qurqania (Idlib) died in al-Hikma Bil-Rashideen school (Aleppo). Furthermore a man from al- Zabdani (Rural Damascus) was shot by an unknown source whilst returning home and a man from Daraya (Rural Damascus) was executed at the hands of regime forces and his body was found near Ays Maan Laboratory Eastern Daraya, after his arrest two days ago by regime forces from his workplace near the laboratory. Additionally a child from Yarmouk camp (Damascus) died from his wounds sustained on 19/4/2014 as a result of bombing by regime forces, as well as the lack of medical supplies in the camp and his family were unable to get him out of the camp for treatment due to the blockade. Moreover a man from Aleppo was shot in the head from an unknown source.
As a result of bombing of explosive barrels 37 civilians were killed and three women and three children from Aleppo.
Three were killed under torture; the first a man in his thirties from al-Neel street (Aleppo) and two from al-Harra (Daraa).
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Aleppo: 59 including 7 children, 5 women and a man killed under torture.
Damascus and its suburbs: 31 including a child.
Idlib: 13 including a media activist, 4 women and 3 children.
Daraa: 6 including 2 killed under torture.
Total: 121 deaths