The death toll in Syria on Tuesday 28/03/2017 reached 35 deaths including three children.
Aleppo witnessed the killings of eight civilians; four in clashes with Syrian Democratic forces, one in clashes with government forces, another in international alliance shelling targeting Al-Tabqa dam in Ar-Raqqah, one in shelling, and one shot by Kurdish militia sniper.
An additional eight civilians were killed in Hama, six in clashes with government forces, and two in shelling in Halfaya.
Furthermore, six died in Idlib; three in clashes with government forces, two in shelling, and one found killed in Idlib.
In Daraa, three civilians were killed; one in shelling, another in clashes with government forces, and one in clashes with ISIS. In addition, four died in Homs, three in shelling, and one while covering clashes with government forces in rural Hama.
The killings of three civilians were documented in rural Damascus, two in shelling, one in a bomb explosion and one as a result of kidney failure resulting from the lack of medical supplies due to the siege. The killing of a civilian was also documented, shot by a sniper in Jobar neighbourhood (Damascus).
The Syrian Human Rights committee also documented the killing of a civilian, shot by a Kurdish militia sniper after the end of his compulsory service in the Kurdish militia defenses. The killing of a civilian was also documented in international alliance shelling on al-Tabqa dam in Ar-Raqqah.