The death toll in Syria on Sunday 28/11/2015 reached 88 deaths, including 19 children, nine women, and two killed under torture.
In Idlib, 30 civilians were killed; 14 in shelling on Khan Sheikhoun and Bansh, 15 in clashes with government forces, and one under torture opposition factions prisons.
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, 17 civilians died; seven in shelling on the towns of Douma and Deir Al-Asafeer, three in indiscriminate shelling between different factions, five in clashes with government forces, one in mortar shelling in Damascus, and another under torture in a government prison.
Furthermore, 12 died in Aleppo, eight in shelling on the village of Abaad, and the city of al-Atraab, and four in clashes with government forces.
In addition, 11 were killed in Homs, in shelling on the besieged neighbourhood of al-Waer, and the towns of al-Sakhna and al-Za’faraniya. A further nine civilians perished in Daraa, eight in shelling on the towns of al-Sura and Nawa, and one shot indiscriminately by one of the factions.
The killings of four civilians were documented in Hama, two in clashes and two in shelling. The killings of three civilians were also documented in international alliance shelling in Ar-Raqqah. Additionally, two died in Al-Latakia, one hit by a stun grenade at a church and the other in clashes with government forces.