The death toll in Syria on Monday 25/09/2017 reached 64 deaths including 16 children and seven women.
In Idlib, 39 civilians were killed, 38 in Russian shelling on the cities and villages of the province, among them 17 in Jisr al-Shaghour, and one suffered a heart attack as a result of repeated air raids in the village of al-Janoudiya.
In addition, nine died in Deir Azzour; seven in artillery shelling on the village of Mathlum on 19/09/2017, one in shelling on the town of al-Shamitiya and one executed at the hands of ISIS.
Furthermore, six were killed in rural Damascus; four in clashes with government forces, one as a result of a landmine explosion on al-Rahiba and al-Dameer road, and one in heavy artillery shelling on Kafr Batna.
A further four civilians were killed in Daraa, among them three in shelling on Daraa al-Balad and Daraa al-Mahata. An additional three civilians died in Hama in shelling on the villages of al-Rahjan and Wadi al-Azeeb.
The killings of two civilians were documented in Ar-Raqqah, one in international alliance shelling, and the other in Russian shelling on the village of Dabsi Faraj. The killing of a civilian was documented shot by Turkish border guards while attempting to enter Turkish territory.