The death toll on Saturday 5/7/2014 reached 57 deaths.
The death toll in the cities of Aleppo, Idlib, and the rest of the provinces reached 13 civilians in each of them, the main reason for the deaths in Aleppo being due to the bombing of explosive barrels. In Idlib, the reason was an ambush that claimed the lives of ten of the opposition forces in eastern rural Hama. In Daraa, 11 civilians were killed including all members of one family consisting of eight individuals. In Hama ten were killed, seven in Damascus and three were killed in Homs province.
In Aleppo explosive barrels were bombed on al-Ma’di, al-Marja and al-Ansari district which cost the lives of eight individuals including two women and three children. Deaths as a result of torture in the prisons of the government forces were documented and the two other cases as a result of clashes with government troops.
In Idlib ten members of the opposition forces were killed in an ambush by government forces while crossing eastern Hama and civilians died as a result of the bombing explosive barrels at the time of Sahur on the town of Sinjar were also documented.
This is in addition to an incidental explosion and another case of a child who died of his wounds sustained by a mortar shell.
The death toll for Daraa province reached 11 deaths; nine civilians were killed due to the bombing of explosive barrels including six children and a woman. It has also been documented the death as a result of torture in the security branch and also by shooting from government forces.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs seven civilians had varied reasons for their deaths between gunshots, assassination, bombing and injury they sustained earlier; among them a child. Deaths as a result of torture in the prisons of the government forces have also been documented.
In the province of Homs three were killed; two under torture in security branches and one as a result of clashes with government forces.