The total death toll in Syria on Saturday 01/11/2014 reached 26 deaths including three children, five women and one killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs four were killed; two in clashes with government forces, a child as a result of lack of food and medical supplies due to the siege imposed on Eastern Ghouta and a woman was shot by a sniper while in her home.
In Daraa six were killed while the government forces attempted to storm the town of al-Sheikh Miskeen and committed two field executions and four were killed by regime snipers among them two women.
Additionally in Hama seven civilians were killed; five in shelling among them a child and two in clashes with government forces.
Furthermore four were killed in Aleppo as a result of government forces shelling, among them a woman. In addition two were killed in Homs as a result of shelling among them a child.
The killings of two were documented in Deir Azzour; one in shelling and the other killed under torture in government prisons. A civilian was also killed in Idlib as a result of clashes between two armed factions of the opposition forces.