The death toll in Syria on Monday 07/12/2015 reached 130 deaths including 31 children, 19 women and one killed under torture.
A staggering 44 civilians were killed in Aleppo; 26 in shelling on al-Salheen and al-Halk neighbourhoods (Aleppo) and the towns of Kafr Hamra and Deir Jamal (rural Aleppo), 13 in mortar shelling on areas under government control, one shot by a regime sniper, another in clashes with government forces, one executed at the hands of ISIS, one when a thermal rocket targeted his car, and one under torture in a government prison.
In Idlib, 23 civilians were killed, five in shelling on the cities of al-Najiya and Ma’rrat al-No’maan, and 18 in clashes with government forces.
Al-Hassaka witnessed the killings of 37 civilians, including 20 children, and nine women in international alliance shelling on the village of al-Khan (rural Al-Hassaka).
In the capital Damascus and its suburbs, nine civilians were killed; four in shelling, four in a landmine explosion, and one in mortar shelling on a neighbourhood in Damascus.
Furthermore, six civilians died in Daraa; four assassinated at the hands of unknown assailants, one in shelling, and another in clashes with government forces. Additionally, one died in shelling on Al-Latakia.
The killings of six civilians were also documented in Deir Azzour, three in shelling on al-Ardi neighbourhood, and three executed at the hands of ISIS under charges of spying.
The killings of three civilians were documented in Ar-Raqqah, executed at the hands of ISIS. A further two died in Homs, a journalist – from wounds sustained from a sniper bullet, and the other in clashes with government forces in Daraa.