The Syrian Human Rights Committee documented the death of 268 people during November 2018, amongst whom 80 children, 41 women and 14 people who died under torture.
The Int. coalition air forces killed 133 people, while the regime forces were responsible for the death of (53) people, and ISIS for the death of (26) people, the Kurdish militias killed 11 people, Turkish gendarmerie killed 4 people and the opposition factions killed 4 people., and the Jordanian border guards killed one person.
The number of people killed by landmine explosions was 28, and the number of people killed by explosive devices was 16 persons whilst 16 people were killed by unknown assailants. Five people were killed due to lack of medical care and cold in the camps of al-Rukban, Deir Balut and A’zaz.
The province of Deir ez-Zor came first in terms of the number of victims, which reached (124) people, followed by the province of Aleppo (37) people, and then Idlib (29) people, and then the province of Homs (11) people.
The total number of victims in Hama province reached 8, 7 in Daraa, 6 in Al-Raqqa, 3 each in Al-Suwaiyda and Al-Hasakeh, 2 in Rif Dimashq and one each in Latakia and Damascus.