The death toll in Syria on Friday 30/1/2015 reached 30 deaths including four children, a woman and one as a result of the siege.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs nine were killed; seven in clashes with government forces, one shot by a regime sniper, a child as a result of the lack of food and medicine due to the siege imposed by government forces on eastern Ghouta.
Idlib witnessed the killings of 12 civilians; a child in a mine explosion, two in a warplane raid and nine in clashes with government forces on mount al-Arba’een.
Furthermore six were killed in Aleppo; three due to shells on al-Ashrafiya neighbourhood among them a child, a child found killed in areas under the government’s control, one under torture at the hands of the PYD and a journalist after being held hostage for more than three months.
The killings of two were documented in Daraa in clashes with government forces and a woman in Al-Hassaka was shot by Turkish border forces while travelling to the city of Diyarbakir near Turkey.