The death toll in Syria on Friday 11/07/2014 reached 59 deaths including 10 killed on the ninth and tenth of July whose names have arrived today, seven that were killed today under torture, as well as three women and a child.
The largest death toll was in the capital Damascus and its suburbs where 17 civilians were killed including eight as a result of clashes with the ISIL who were killed a day earlier and their names have arrived today. Furthermore five were killed as a result of shelling including a woman and a child killed yesterday due to the bombing of explosive barrels on Daraya and their names have been reached today. In addition two others were shot by government forces.
In Aleppo the death toll reached 12 deaths; seven were killed as a result of bombing of barrels and shells among them two women, two as a result of clashes with government forces, two killed under torture in security prisons, one was killed on the road from Daraa to Tasil by a targeted rocket from government forces stationed there.
The total deaths in Daraa reached 10 deaths; six as a result of shelling three as a result of clashes, one was killed due to an operation carried out in the village of al-Harjan (Rural Hama).
Seven deaths were documented in Hama; three killed under torture, two due to clashes with government forces, one as a result of shelling and one as a result of an ambush.
Six civilians were killed in Idlib; four on the fronts as a result of clashes with government forces and two due to shelling.
The death toll in Homs, Deir Azzour and Ar-Raqqah province reached six civilians; one in Deir Azzour, one from Ar-Raqqah died in rural Damascus, four in Homs two of them as a result of clashes and two killed under torture in security regime prisons.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee documented the fall of 18 explosive barrels on Aleppo and Daraa province, two on al-Sakhour, two on al-Sha’ar, one on al-Tal neighbourhood, four on Hanano neighbourhood, one on al-Lirmun, two on al-Jandul neighbourhood, four on al-Jawiya front near al-Zahra University after the opposition forces bombed a building protected by government forces which resulted in more than 50 deaths in their ranks and two on the town of Kahil in Daraa province.