The death toll in Syria on Saturday 11/04/2015 reached 57 deaths including, 16 children and 11 women.
A staggering 42 civilians were killed in Aleppo; 19 in explosive barrel bombings on al-Ma’adi neighbourhood, 11 in heavy missiles targeting al-Salimaniya neighbourhood, three in explosive barrel bombings on al-Firdaws neighbourhood and four in explosive barrel bombing on al-Khalidiya neighbourhood. Additionally, two were killed in shelling, one in Karm al-Beek and the other in Bab al-Hadeed. Also among the victims of the shelling were eight women and seven children. Furthermore, a civilian was killed in clashes with government forces, another shot by a regime sniper and one in a mine explosion planted by ISIS in the city of Mari’.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, six civilians were killed; two in shelling, two in clashes with government forces and one died from wounds sustained previously. Among the victims, a child was born disfigured as a result of his parents’ exposure to Sarin gas in eastern Ghouta in 2013. He died shortly after his birth.
In Homs, six civilians perished, two in shelling and four (a mother and her three children) executed by government forces, after they stormed their home in the village of Um al-Tababeer.
The killings of three civilians were documented in Hama, in shelling on the village of Suha. The killing of a civilian was also documented in Idlib and another in Homs as a result of shelling.