The death toll in Syria on Monday 30/03/2015 reached 103 deaths, including 18 children, 17 women and 50 killed under torture, 23 identified through leaked photographs and seven women killed in detention units.
A staggering 44 civilians were killed in Damascus and its suburbs; one in shelling, another as a result of a mortar shell on al-Hariqa in the capital, one due to the siege imposed on eastern Ghouta and 41 killed under torture in government prisons. The identification of 17 of those killed under torture was through leaked photographs and among those killed under torture were seven Palestinian women.
Idlib witnessed the killings of 32 civilians; 27 in vacuum missiles and surface-to-surface missile shelling on Idlib and Ma’rra Masreen, among the victims were ten children and nine women and five were killed in clashes with government forces in Idlib.
In Daraa 19 civilians perished; 11 in a car bomb explosion in front of one of the mosques in the city of al-Jeeza (rural Daraa), among them were five children and eight were killed under torture (three identified through leaked photographs).
Furthermore two were killed in Homs; one in a bus accident due to a shell exploding in front of the bus and the other under torture in government prisons, identified through leaked photographs.
Additionally an elderly man and his wife were killed in Hama in shelling by government forces.
The killings of three civilians, among them a child, were documented in Deir Azzour in clashes between government forces. The killing of a media activist was also documented in Aleppo, shot by a regime sniper in Salah al-Din neighbourhood in the city.