The total death toll in Syria on Monday 10/11/2014 reached 45 deaths; including a child, two women, six killed under torture, one in international alliance bombing and four at the hands of ISIS.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs 21 civilians were killed; three in clashes with government forces, two by regime snipers, one in shelling and 15 shot by government forces after they stormed a town in rural Damascus.
Nine were killed in Daraa; four in bombing of explosive barrels, one in a mine explosion remnants of the regime forces, two under torture and two in field executions in the towns of Nawa and around al-Sheikh Miskeen, among them was a woman.
In Aleppo six were killed; two in shelling and four in clashes with ISIS.
Additionally two civilians were killed in Hama; one under torture and the other in shelling. Another two were killed in Idlib; one in clashes with government forces and the other in a car bomb explosion.
The killings of two were documented in Homs; a child in shelling and another under torture in government prisons. The killing of another two were also documented in Deir Azzour; one died from his wounds sustained as a result of international alliance bombing on one of the oil wells and the other under torture. A civilian was also killed in Al-Latakia under torture in Sednaya prison in rural Damascus.