The death toll in Syria on Friday 11/11/2016 reached 43 deaths including eight children, five women, and one killed under torture.
Aleppo witnessed the killings of 24 civilians; 15 in shelling – the majority in the town of Kafr Da’il and the rest of several towns in Aleppo, four in a mine explosion remnants of ISIS, two in clashes with government forces, one in clashes with ISIS, a child executed at the hands of ISIS after he was arrested for a month, and one under torture in a government prison.
In Idlib, 12 civilians were killed, seven in clashes with government forces, and five in shelling on Khan Sheikhoun and Ma’rrat Harma.
Furthermore, three died in Ar-Raqqah; one while trying to check-up on his home near the village of Khaneez, another in shelling, and one in clashes with ISIS. In addition, two died in Deir Azzour, one as a result of the severe cold at one of the barriers in Al-Hassaka, and the other in a landmine explosion.
The killings of two civilians were documented in shelling on the town of al-Abada and Saqba (rural Damascus).