The death toll in Syria on Friday 29/08/2014 reached 62 deaths including seven children, two women and three killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs 19 civilians were killed including 14 killed in heavy shelling on the neighbourhoods of Douma and Jobar and among the victims were a child and a paramedic. In addition five were killed in clashes with government forces.
In Aleppo and its suburbs 21 civilians were killed; ten were killed in shelling on the neighbourhods of Qadi Askar, al-Halk in the city and the town of Haritan in the suburbs, six civilians were killed in clashes with government forces, and five were killed as a result of a car bomb explosion in rural al-Mundaseen the first in rural western Aleppo.
Seven civilians were killed in Daraa; four as a result of the targeting of a car by government forces with a thermal missile on the road between the towns of al-Sura and al-Gharba, two were killed as a result of the shelling including a child and one in a landmine explosion.
Additionally six were killed in Hama; two as a result of shelling including a child, one in clashes with government forces and three killed under torture in security prisons.
In Idlib four civilians were killed; three in clashes with government forces and a child as a result of shelling.
Three children in Ar-Raqqah were documented to have been killed as a result of shelling on the town of al-Mansura in the province. It has also been documented the killing of two civilians in Homs; one in clashes and the other shot by a sniper.