The death toll in Syria on Saturday 25/04/15 reached 112 deaths including, six children, four women and one killed under torture.
A staggering 70 civilians were killed in Idlib; 31 in steric missile shelling on al-Suma’a Square, 17 in clashes with government forces and 23 prisoners were executed in the Military Security Branch in Jisr al-Shaghour at the hands of government forces before their withdrawal.
Aleppo witnessed the killings of 11 civilians; four in shelling, four in clashes with government forces and one in clashes with ISIS.
An additional 11 civilians were killed in Al-Hassaka in warplane shelling on the town of al-Shadadi (among them were two children and a woman).
In Homs, six civilians perished; three in clashes with government forces, two in shelling on Ar-Rastan and one under torture in branch 215.
Furthermore, five civilians were killed in Deir Azzour, one in shelling and four in clashes with government forces in rural Idlib.
The killings of four civilians were documented in the capital Damascus and its suburbs- reasons for two of the deaths have not yet been reached and two died as a result of the lack of food and medicine due to the siege imposed on eastern Ghouta by government forces.
The killings of three civilians were documented in Ar-Raqqah, two at the hands of unknown assailants and one under torture in ISIS prisons. Additionally, a civilian was killed in Hama and another in Daraa in clashes with government forces.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee, documented the killings of 70 civilians on Saturday 25/04/2015. It is stated that the names of the victims of the Military Security Branch massacre and al-Suma’a Square massacre have not yet been reached and will be included in upcoming reports when they arrive.
Names of victims that have arrived can be found in the Arabic section.