The death toll in Syria on Friday 27/11/2015 reached 58 deaths, including ten children, a woman, and four killed under torture.
In Aleppo, 17 civilians were killed; seven in shelling on the city of I’zaz and the village of al-Dadat, seven in clashes with government forces, one shot by Kurdish militia, and two in mortar shelling on the government controlled neighbourhood of al-Ashrafiya.
Ar-Raqqah witnessed the killings of eight civilians, seven in international alliance shelling on 26/11/2015, and one under torture in a government prison.
Furthermore, seven died in Deir Azzour; four executed at the hands of ISIS, one in clashes with government forces, and one due to the siege imposed on al-Jura by ISIS.
In addition, six were killed in Homs, four in clashes with government forces, and two in shelling. A further five civilians died in the capital Damascus and its suburbs, two in clashes with government forces, two in the targeting of their car with a shell, and one in a landmine explosion.
The killings of seven civilians were documented in clashes with government forces. The killings of four civilians were also killed in Daraa; two in shelling, one in clashes with government forces, and one under torture. Four civilians also died in Idlib, two in shelling, and two under torture in a government prison.