The death toll in Syria on Sunday 20/11/2016 reached 73 deaths including 19 children and six women.
A staggering 48 civilians were killed in Aleppo; 26 in shelling on al-Shi’ar, Karam al-Jabal, Ard al-Hamra, the towns of Nasih and Hayaan (rural Aleppo), and Saraqib (Idlib), six suffocated from toxic chlorine gas in Hanano neighbourhood, ten in regime artilleries targeting a primary school in government controlled al-Furqan neighbourhood, three in the targeting of their vehicle with a thermal rocket, one in a landmine explosion remnants of ISIS, and two in clashes with government forces.
In rural Damascus, 13 civilians were killed, 11 in shelling targeting Douma, Arbeen, al-Nashabiya, Hazrama and Harsta, and two shot by a regime sniper.
Furthermore, 11 died in Idlib, as a result of shelling on Idlib, the town of Kalali and Kafr Nabal. A civilian was also killed in shelling targeting the besieged al-Waer neighbourhood (Homs).