The total death toll in Syria on Wednesday 26/11/2014 reached 18 deaths including a woman, one killed under torture and two at the hands of ISIS.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs three were killed; two were shot by a government sniper at al-Wafdeen camp and one died in clashes with government forces.
In Homs five civilians were killed; three shot by a regime sniper stationed on al-Kabeer hospital in al-Waer neighbourhood and two were killed in clashes in Tal Sha’ir field.
Three were killed in Daraa; a woman died from her wounds sustained in previous shelling and two died in clashes with government forces in rural Daraa.
An additional three civilians were killed in Hama; one under torture, one in clashes at al-Bareej front in Aleppo and the other was executed at the hands of ISIS under charges of apostasy.
Furthermore two were killed in Deir Azzour; one in clashes with government forces at Nabl al-Zahra front in rural Aleppo and one was killed at the hands of ISIS, following a massacre of al-Sha’itat clan a while ago in the village of ‘Gharanij’.
The killing of a civilian was documented in Al-Hassaka following raids on the city of Ar-Raqqah yesterday and one killed in Ar-Raqqah at the hands of ISIS, pushed from al-Suami’ building under accusations of homosexuality.