The death toll in Syria on Saturday 07/01/2017 reached 111 deaths including nine children and four women.
A staggering 63 civilians were killed in Aleppo; 58 in a car bomb explosion in I’zaz, three in Turkish artillery shelling on al-Baab, one in shelling on the village of al-Barghuthi, and another in shelling on the village of al-Ghadban (Ar-Raqqah).
In Deir Azzour, 26 civilians died; 19 in international alliance shelling on the towns of al-Sa’ur and Khasham, three in ISIS shelling the besieged neighbourhoods, two executed at the hands of ISIS, one as a result of the lack of food and medicine, and another found killed in rural Aleppo.
Furthermore, eight died in rural Damascus; three in shelling on the towns of Masraba and al-Marj, four in clashes with government forces, and one shot by a sniper.
In addition, seven died in Ar-Raqqah, four in a drone strike on the village of “Kasra Sheikh al-Jum’a”, and three in shelling on the village of al-Ghadban. Four civilians were also killed in Daraa, one in shelling, and three in clashes with government forces.
The killings of two civilians were documented in Hama, one in shelling, and the other in a landmine explosion. The killing of a civilian was also documented as a result of malnutrition and the lack of medicine in the besieged al-Waer neighbourhood (Homs).