The death toll in Syria reached 72 deaths on Saturday 26/7/2014 including six children, four women and one killed under torture.
Eighteen civilians were killed in Aleppo; eight as a result of bombing of warplanes on the city and its suburbs, seven were killed in two car bomb explosions at a vegetable market in the town of I’zaz near regiment 46 and one was shot by government forces.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs ten civilians were killed; seven in clashes with government forces and the Lebanese Hezbollah militia and three of them died as a result of the shelling, including a woman and a child.
Sixteen civilians were killed in Idlib; ten as a result of a car bomb explosion in Atma camp, five in clashes with government forces and one as a result of bombing of warplanes on the towns of Idlib.
The deaths of eight civilians were documented in Daraa; four as a result of bombing of explosive barrels including two women, two in clashes and one was shot by government forces.
The total death toll in Hama reached seven civilians, six as a result of clashes at Mork and Khatab front and one in bombing of warplanes.
The deaths of six civilians have been documented in Ar-Raqqah due to bombing of warplanes beside the National Hospital. As well as three in Tartus; two in a car bomb explosion at regiment 46 and one in Deir Azzour died from his wounds sustained in shelling of the city four days ago. Furthermore three civilians from Homs were killed; one in a car bomb explosion in Atma camp, one in clashes at Mork front and one under torture in security prisons.