The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) in Syria has documented the death of 323 people in November 2019, including 72 children, 37 women and 20 people killed under torture.
Russian forces were responsible for the death of 113 people, the Syrian regime was responsible for the death of 44 people. Kurdish militias and opposition factions were also responsible for the death of 7 people each.
SHRC documented the death of 46 people as a result of improvised explosive devices and car bombs, 44 people killed by unknown assailants, 24 people killed by landmine explosions, and 1 due to a lack of medical and health resources in al-Houl camp in al-Hasakeh province.
Idlib province came in the forefront in terms of casualty numbers, with 138 people killed, followed by Aleppo province with 49 people, al-Raqqah province with 40 people, and Deir ez-Zor province with 35 people.
The total number of victims in Daraa province was 11, 7 each in Hama province and Rif Dimashq province, and 1 each of the capital Damascus, Homs and Quneitra province.