SHRC documented the deaths of 159 people in Syria during September 2018, among them 29 children, 15 women and 22 that died under torture.
Syrian regime forces were responsible for the killing of 68 people, whilst Russian war planes were responsible for the deaths of 22 people and the Global alliance was responsible for the death of two.
Whether through live executions or mines that they left behind in towns they withdrew from, ISIS were responsible for the death of 13 people. Kurdish militias killed 11, and the Turkish Gendermerie killed four.
The province of Idlib had the highest number of deaths (45), followed by Dayr Az-Zor in which 29 were killed, then Hama in which 24 were killed, followed by Aleppo in which 22 perished.