The death toll in Syria on Wednesday 01/07/2015 reached 59 deaths including eight children, a nine-month-old baby, nine women and three killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, 17 civilians were killed; seven in clashes with government forces, two in shelling, two in mortar shelling on the capital, two under torture in a government prison, one shot by a regime sniper and one in an explosion. In addition, a civilian died due to lack of food and medicine due to the siege imposed on eastern Ghouta and one, as a result of a raid by the Lebanese army on Arsal camp in Lebanon.
In Daraa, 19 civilians were killed; 16 in shelling on Sida and al-Tiba, one from a stray bullet during fighting between two factions, one shot by a regime sniper and one in clashes with government forces.
Aleppo witnessed the killings of 11 civilians, nine in shelling on the town of Taduf (rural Aleppo), and two in in shelling from an unknown source on areas under government control.
Furthermore, four civilians perished in shelling on the towns of Kafr Sajna and Kafr Mus (rural Idlib) and three in Hama; one in clashes with government forces, one in an ambush and one under torture in a government prison.
The killings of two civilians were documented in Al-Hassaka, one shot by a regime sniper and the other executed at the hands of ISIS, under charges of insulting God. The killings of an additional two civilians were documented in Ar-Raqqah in a mine explosion – remnants of ISIS and one in shelling in Tadmur (Homs).