The total death toll in Syria on Tuesday 11/11/2014 reached 53 deaths including seven children, two women and eight killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs 14 were killed; including seven killed in clashes with government forces, two in shelling and two under torture in government prisons. In addition a civilian was shot by a sniper and two civilians died as a result of lack of food and medicine due to the siege imposed by government forces on eastern Ghouta.
In Daraa 20 civilians were killed; five in a mine explosion remnants of the regime forces, four due to shelling and four others were shot by two regime snipers.Furthermore one was killed in clashes with government forces, another was executed on the field and five died under torture in government security prisons.
Seven civilians were killed in Aleppo; one in shelling, four as a result of ISIS bombing on Tal Sha’ir and two died in aviation bombing by the international alliance on Manbaj.
In Ar-Raqqah six were killed due to warplane bombardment on the city, among them were two children and a woman. Additionally two were killed in Homs; one in shelling and the other under torture in government prisons.
The killings of two civilians were documented in Idlib and Hama, as well as two in clashes and another two due to shelling.