SHRC documented the killing of 1641 civilians in November 2015 across the various provinces of Syria. The reasons behind the killings ranged from Russian and Syrian regime war plane bombings, as well as that of the international alliance, to clashes against Syrian regime forces, ISIS and Kurdish militias. This is in addition to summary executions carried out by Kurdish militias and ISIS, lack of nutrition and medicine as a result of imposed blockades, and shells fired by armed opposition forces into districts which fall under regime control.
SHRC also documented the killing of 213 children and 147 women in the last month. Sixty-six people were killed under torture in Syrian regime prisons and security branches, as well as in some of the prisons belonging to brigades of the armed opposition.
Bombings by Russian war planes killed 606 people, whilst 89 were killed by ISIS due to both clashes and summary executions due to various accusations. Thirty-seven were killed by Kurdish militias, 24 were killed by the international alliance bombing, and 47 killed by mortar rockets of brigades of the armed opposition which fell into districts controlled by the Syrian regime. This is in addition to 20 civilians that perished due to lack of food and medicine, both in regime controlled areas in Deir Ezzour as a result of the blockade imposed on them by ISIS, and the Eastern Ghouta in Damascus due to the siege imposed on them by the Syrian regime.
Damascus and its suburbs witnessed the highest number of deaths with 387 victims documented, followed by Aleppo with 310 victims, and Idlib, in which 272 were killed.
In Deir Ezzour 193 were killed, and in Homs 138 were killed, whilst in Daraa 126 were killed.
Hama saw the death of 97 people, 68 were killed in Ar-Raqqah, 37 in Latakkia, and three in Al-Quneitra.