The death toll in Syria on Saturday 04/07/2015 reached 57 deaths including four children, a woman and two killed under torture.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, 22 civilians were killed; 12 in clashes with government forces, four in shelling on Jisreen and Khan al-Sheikh, two shot in the village of Ain al-Fija, one shot by a regime sniper in al-Tadamun neighbourhood and two in mortar shelling (one in Jobar neighbourhood and the other in Baghdad street in Damascus).
Ar-Raqqah province witnessed the killings of ten civilians; five in international alliance bombing targeting an ISIS vehicle, which led to flying debris and their deaths, three executed at the hands of Kurdish forces and found in a mass grave, one shot by the Kurdish civil defence and one under torture in a government prison.
An additional ten civilians were killed in Hama; six in shelling on al-Latamina, three in clashes with government forces and one publicly executed at the hands of government forces.
Furthermore, eight civilians perished in Aleppo; six in clashes with government forces at al-Zahra front, one in shelling on the town of Bayanin and one shot by a regime sniper. A further three civilians died in Homs, two in international alliance shelling on Ar-Raqqah and one in warplane shelling on the city of Talbisa.
The killings of three civilians were documented in Deir Azzour, two in bombing with missiles on al-Jurra and a child executed at the hands of ISIS. A civilian was also killed in shelling in Idlib.