The death toll in Syria on Tuesday 18/07/2017 reached 35 deaths including seven children and a woman.
In Deir Azzour, eight civilians were killed; three as a result of dehydration after they lost their way in the desert while moving from the areas of the organization towards Al-Hassaka, one found shot in the town of al-Shaheel, another in warplane shelling on al-Mayadeen, and one in international alliance shelling on the town of al-Sabikhan.
Furthermore, a family of six was killed in Homs, as a result of an explosion of an explosive belt, owned by the father in their tent in Al-Rakban camp at the Jordanian border.
In addition, three died in Ar-Raqqah as a result of a mine explosion remnant of ISIS, one in shelling on Ar-Raqqah, and another at the hands of Kurdish militia under charges of belonging to ISIS.
Four civilians were killed in Al-Hassaka, three in a car bomb explosion targeting a Kurdish militia checkpoint, and a child prevented entry to al-Qamlishi for treatment by the YPG militia. A further three civilians were killed in Idlib due to clashes between Ahrar al-Shaam and Tahreer al-Shaam.
The killings of four civilians were documented in clashes with Kurdish forces in Ain Daqna (rural Aleppo). The killings of an additional four civilians were documented in rural Damascus; two in clashes with government forces, one in shelling, and a child due to the delay in the regime allowing her to exit Harasta for treatment.
The killing of a civilian was also documented in Daraa, as a result of a bomb explosion remnant of the regime.