The total death toll in Syria on Monday 3/11/2014 reached 44 deaths including three children, two women and four killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs five were killed; two in clashes with government forces and one in shelling on Yarmouk camp. A child died due to food shortages as a result of the siege imposed on Eastern Ghouta by regime forces and a civilian was killed in a car bomb explosion in Balwadan.
In Hama 17 civilians were killed; 11 as a result of the storming of government forces and committees loyal to the regime to the town of al-Kareem and shooting at the residents, among those killed were two women and a child. In addition six were killed in clashes with government forces.
Five were killed in Homs; one due to shelling and four under torture in government prisons.
An additional five civilians were killed in Daraa; one shot by a regime sniper and four in clashes with government forces on al-Sheikh Miskeen front.
Furthermore in Deir Azzour eight civilians were executed at the hands of ISIS in the city of al-Bukamal.
The killings of two civilians were documented in Idlib; one in clashes and a child died from a mortar shell in Hama. A civilian was also killed in Aleppo in fighting between two armed factions. In addition to another killed in Ar-Raqqah due to an explosion of a mine remnant of the regime.