The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) documented the killing of 988 people in September 2017, including 191 children, 124 women, and 13 that died under torture.
The Syrian regime, Iranian militias, and foreign militias sponsored by Iran were responsible for the killing of 550 people, whilst Russian bombing killed 219 people and bombing of the International Alliance killed 111 others.
Meanwhile, ISIS was behind the killing of 78 people, including those killed in clashes with the group, those executed by the group, and those who were killed by mines which the group intentionally planted in areas it had been in previously. This is whilst Kurdish militias were responsible for the killing of 17 people.
SHRC also documented the killing of nine people by the Turkish border guards, and two that died due to the ongoing siege imposed on the Eastern Ghouta in rural Damascus.
The highest number of people- 418- were killed in Deir Azzour, followed by Idlib in which 157 were killed, and then Ar-Raqqah in which 154 died.
Eighty-eight were killed in Rural Damascus, 63 in Hama, and 31 in Aleppo.
In Homs 28 were killed, in Daraa 26, 23 in Al-Hasaka, and three in the capital Damascus.