The death toll in Syria on Tuesday 03/11/2015 reached 79 deaths including seven children, seven women and one killed under torture.
In Aleppo, 23 civilians were killed; 18 in al-Ansari and Bustan al-Qasr, two from wounds sustained in previous shelling on the town of Tadif (rural Aleppo), two in clashes with government forces, and one in clashes with ISIS.
Homs witnessed the killings of 14 civilians, 12 in shelling on a centre where they distribute bread, in the village of al-Qaryatain, on 02/11/2015, and two in shelling on Tadmur.
In Idlib, 11 civilians perished; six in a cluster bomb explosion and rocket launches in Khan Sheikhoun, four in clashes with government forces, and one assassinated in a car bomb explosion.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, ten civilians were killed; seven in shelling, three in clashes with government forces in Dariya and one in mortar shelling on Dahaya al-Asad (Damascus).
Furthermore, eight died in Daraa; five in clashes with ISIS, one assassinated by an explosive device, one in clashes with government forces, and one under torture in a government prison. The killings of three civilians were documented in Hama, two in shelling on Khan Sheikhoun (rural Idlib), and one in clashes with government forces.
The killings of seven civilians were also documented in Ar-Raqqah in warplane shelling. In addition, the killing of two civilians were also documented in Deir Azzour, one in mortar shelling on al-Jurra neighbourhood at the hands of ISIS and the other in warplane shelling on Ar-Raqqah. A civilian was also killed in Al-Hassaka, executed at the hands of ISIS.