The total death toll in Syria on Tuesday 28/10/2014 reached 42 deaths including four children, three women and five killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs 16 were killed; nine in clashes with government forces, one killed under torture, one by a mortar shell from an unknown source and five in a bomb explosion which targeted a car in Yarmouk refugee camp, among them was a child.
Seven were killed in Daraa; five in shelling on the town of Ibta’ among them a child, one was shot by a regime sniper and another was killed under torture in government prisons.
In Homs six were killed; three in bombing of explosive barrels, one in clashes in rural Aleppo and two were killed under torture.
Three were killed in Idlib; two in clashes and one was killed whilst rescuing one of the wounded when a bomb exploded besides him. In addition a child from Deir Azzour died due to a mine explosion.
The killings of seven were documented in Aleppo; three in shelling on Al-Ansari among them were two women, a woman died from her wounds sustained in previous shelling, two were killed in clashes and one was killed in Yarmouk camp due to shelling. A civilian was also killed in Al-Quneitra by a regime sniper and one was killed in Hama under torture in government prisons.