The death toll in Syria on Monday 06/02/2017 reached 22 deaths including three children, four women, and two killed under torture.
In Daraa, six civilians were killed, four in a bomb explosion on Basrat al-Shaam road, and two in an ambush carried out by the regime.
Furthermore, three died in Idlib; one (unidentified) found killed and reasons for his death remain unknown, another from wounds sustained in previous shelling, and one under torture in a government prison.
An additional three civilians were killed in rural Damascus; one in clashes with government forces, another shot by a regime sniper, and one due to the lack of treatment for his kidney failure and refused exit from besieged Madaya by government forces.
In Deir Azzour, four civilians died as a result of ISIS shelling targeting the besieged neighbourhoods in the city. In addition, three were killed in Aleppo in clashes between residents of the town of Abu Taltal and ISIS due to their attempt to exterminate them. A civilian was also killed in Hama as a result of shelling.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee documented the killing of a civilian, shot by a sniper in al-Yarmouk camp (Damascus), and another from Jabla (Al-Latakia) under torture in a government prison.