The death toll in Syria on Saturday 26/04/2015 reached 145 deaths including, 26 children, 22 women and one killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, 15 civilians were killed; 12 in shelling- ten of whom when three mortar shells targeted the hospital grounds before and during the rescuing of the injured victims, one in clashes with government forces, one under torture in a government prison and another due to malnutrition and lack of medical supplies as a result of the siege imposed on eastern Ghouta.
A staggering 101 civilians were massacred in Idlib, five in clashes with government forces, three (a woman and two children) executed at one of the barriers and 93 were killed in bombing of explosive barrels and steric missiles; 55 civilians perished in Darkush, seven in Jawzaf, eight in al-Laj and 13 in Kansfara.
In Aleppo, 25 civilians were killed; 11 in clashes with government forces, two in clashes with ISIS, four in shelling and eight in mortar shelling on areas under governments control.
Furthermore, three civilians were killed in Daraa; one in shelling, another in clashes with government forces and one in a mine landmine explosion. A civilian was also killed in Hama in clashes with government forces.