The death toll in Syria on Tuesday 07/04/2015 reached 65 deaths including, four children, two women and three killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, 12 civilians were killed; four in shelling, three in a landmine explosion, three under torture in government prisons, one shot by a regime sniper and another as a result of lack of food and medicine, due to the siege imposed on Yarmouk camp.
Idlib witnessed the killings of 21 civilians, one in clashes with government forces and 20 in shelling on Idlib, Kureen, Sarja, Qaminas and Ma’rrat al-No’maan (among them three children and a woman).
In Aleppo, 16 civilians perished; 13 in two suicide car bomb attacks by ISIS in Mari’ and the town of Hawr Kals, two in clashes with government forces and one in shelling.
Furthermore, 12 were killed in Daraa, four in shelling (among them a woman) and eight in clashes with government forces.
The killings of three civilians were killed in Homs; one in clashes with government forces, one in a car bomb explosion in rural Aleppo and one in explosive barrels on Yarmouk camp.
The killing of a civilian was also documented in Deir Azzour, in clashes with government forces.