The death toll in Syria on Tuesday 28/04/2015 reached 82 deaths including, ten children, 12 women and three killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, six civilians were killed, five in clashes with government forces in Khan al-Sheikh and one in shelling on the town of Zabdeen in the suburbs.
Idlib witnessed the killings of 31 civilians, ten of whom died in airstrikes on Saraqib, Kafr Aweed, Mar’ian and Jisr al-Shaghour. An additional six victims were documented from the Darkush massacre two days ago and five died in mortar shelling on the town of Awram al-Juz (rural Idlib). Furthermore, ten were killed in clashes with government forces on al-Mastuma and Sahl al-Ghaab fronts.
In Aleppo, 14 civilians were killed, eight of whom died in shelling on Baab al-Hadeeed, Sheikh Saeed and al-Kalasa in the city and Tal Raf’at in the suburbs. A further three civilians were killed in mortar shelling on areas under governments control, one was shot by a government sniper, one in clashes with government forces and another under torture at a government detention centre in Tartus.
In Deir Azzour, 12 civilians perished, six executed at the hands of ISIS and six as a result of warplane shelling on al-Jabeela neighbourhood in Deir Azzour.
Furthermore, ten civilians were killed in Daraa; five in clashes with government forces, two in clashes with ISIS, one shot randomly, one in a mine explosion remnants of government forces and another under torture in a government prison.
The killings of six civilians were documented in Homs; two in clashes with government forces, two shot by regime snipers, one in clashes with ISIS and another under torture in a government prison.
The executions of an additional three civilians were documented in Hama, publicly shot at the hands of government forces in the town of al-Ziyara.