The total number of victims (which we were able to document) in Syria on Saturday 11/11/2017 reached 68 deaths including ten children and five women.
In Deir Azzour, 38 civilians were killed; 23 in Russian shelling targeting a refugee camp in the village of al-Sukariya, 15 in shelling on the town of Abu Hamam and the villages of al-Sawsa, Ghariba, al-Marashada and al-Sha’fa crossings and Hawija Kati’.
Furthermore, 15 died in Al-Hassaka as a result of international alliance shelling on the village of al-Da’ij, followed by the targeting of an ambulance trying to rescue the injured.
In addition, three were killed in Ar-Raqqah in a landmine explosion remnant of ISIS. An additional three civilians were killed in Homs, two children in ar-Rukban camp (a newborn due to lack of health care, and the other due to shortness of breath and refused transfer to the UNICEF medical point) and one in shelling on ar-Rastan.
The killings of two civilians were documented in Idlib, as a result of Russian shelling on al-Taman’a. The killings of another two civilians were documented in Hama, one in shelling on the town of Shizar, and the other in clashes with government forces.
The commission also documented the killings of three civilians in a mine explosion remnant of ISIS in Ar-Raqqah, and a civilian in Daraa as a result of a bomb explosion. A civilian was also killed in mortar shelling on Jarmana (Damascus).