The total death toll in Syria on Saturday 15/11/2014 reached 37 deaths including three children, three at the hands of ISIS and one due to the siege.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs 11 civilians were killed; three due to an ambush by government forces during their attempt to leave the besieged city of al-Ghouta, two were shot by regime snipers and three died in clashes with government forces. In addition a civilian died as a result of shelling, another died in an explosion of an IED attached on his car by unknown assailants and a child died as a result of food shortages due to the siege imposed on eastern Ghouta.
In Daraa 17 civilians were killed; 13 in clashes with government forces in rural Daraa, two were killed in field executions, one died in a mine explosion, remnants of the government forces and a child died in shelling.
Four were killed in Aleppo; two in clashes with government forces, one was shot by a regime sniper and another died in an ambush during his attempt to leave eastern Ghouta to return to Aleppo.
Furthermore three civilians were executed in Deir Azzour at the hands of ISIS under charges of fighting the organisation.
In Homs two civilians were killed; one died from his wounds sustained in shelling a week ago and the other died in clashes with government forces.
The killing of a civilian was also documented in Idlib as a result of clashes with government forces.