The death toll in Syria on Wednesday 10/06/2015 reached 68 deaths including nine children, seven women and three killed under torture.
Daraa witnessed the killings of 25 civilians; 12 in clashes with government forces, five in warplane shelling on the towns of rural Daraa (among them a journalist) and five in a mine explosion – remnant of the regime.
In Idlib, 21 civilians were killed, the majority in two massacres committed by warplanes on the city of Saraqab, where ten civilians perished, and Ma’rrat al-No’maan, where eight were killed.
In Aleppo, eight civilians perished; five at the hands of ISIS (three in clashes and two in ISIS shelling on the village of Talqarah) and three in shelling on the neighbourhoods of Aleppo.
Furthermore, five were killed in Homs; two in clashes with government forces, two in shelling and one shot by a regime sniper at the Great Hospital.
Additionally, three were killed in Hama, two in shelling and one under torture in a government prison.
The killings of an additional three were documented in the capital Damascus, two in clashes and one shot by a sniper. The killings of three were also documented in Deir Azzour, one executed at the hands of ISIS and two in clashes with government forces.