The total death toll in Syria on Thursday 27/11/2014 reached 46 deaths including four children, six women and five killed under torture among them a woman.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs nine were killed; five were shot by two regime snipers, one died in an ambush while trying to leave eastern Ghouta, one in clashes, another in shelling and the fifth was killed under torture in government prisons.
In Aleppo nine civilians were killed; seven in clashes with government forces at the fronts in rural Aleppo, a child in a mine explosion remnants of the governments military forces, another child in shelling on rural Idlib, where he was displaced and one was shot by a regime sniper.
An additional nine civilians were killed in Idlib; all as a result of heavy shelling of the towns of Kafr Sajna, Sarmeen and the town of Ar-Rami in Jabal al-Zawiya.
Furthermore six were killed in Daraa; three in clashes with government forces in rural Daraa, one in shelling, one executed on the field and another was killed under torture after his arrest from Naseeb border crossing, five months ago.
Six others perished in Ar-Raqqah as a result of intensive warplane raids among them were two women and a child.
The killings of four were documented in Deir Azzour; three in shelling on the water crossing linking between al-Buleel and al-Sabha and one died from his wounds as a result of clashes.
Three were also killed in Hama under torture in government prisons and government security centres, among them was a woman.