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The Syrian network for human rights documented 24 deaths, 18/11/2012 all across Syria. Amongst these deaths were 1 children and 1 lady .
Damascus and Rural Damascus: 2
Deir Al Zor: 1
The Syrian network for human rights documented 105 deaths, 17/11/2012 all across Syria. Amongst these deaths were 11 children and 9 ladies and 1 among the 105 under torture.
Damascus and Rural Damascus: 48
Deir Al Zor: 20
Syrian Network for Human Rights | Violation Report | Tuesday, 13 November, 2012
Casualties and wounded:
Damascus Suburbs | Al-Bilaleya
The indiscriminate bombardment carried out on Otaya took the lives of and injured a number of civilians including children who sometimes become in a state of shock such as the girl in this video (Graphic):
Damascus Suburbs | Dariya
An entire family was killed by the as the Syrian army renewed its’ indiscriminate bombardment on the city (Graphic):
Damascus Suburbs | Hamouriya
Indiscriminate bombardment also took place in Hamouriya leading to the death of Muhannad Al-Hayik and many others (Graphic):
Assaults and Human Rights Violations:
Daraa | Tafas
The citizens of Tafas begin preparing for the winter in Syria by chopping trees for wood as a means of fuel to warm themselves because of the siege imposed by the Syrian regime on the city, causing a huge shortage in fuel:
Homs | Al-Rastan
Citizens in Al-Rastan are still living in bad conditions as they mention that there is a lack of food, fuel and medical supplies; not to mention the daily bombardment:
Some of the citizens of Al-Rastan began digging the ground in order to create shelter from bombardment and to keep away from the cold:
Bombardment and Destruction:
Damascus Suburbs | Douma
Substantial amounts of damage were recorded in Douma as the Syrian army pounded the city with vacuum bombs:
Damascus Suburbs | Harasta
Harasta was also another area which was affected by the Syrian army indiscriminately using vacuum bombs, leaving huge amounts of destruction behind:
Aleppo | Salah Al-Dein
Destruction is becoming a familiar site in Aleppo as it also suffers from the Syrian army bombardment on its neighbourhoods:
Deir el-Zour | Al-Madeina
A significant amount of the city of Deir el-Zour has been affected by the destruction inflicted by the Syrian army bombardment which has not stopped for over several months:
The Syrian network for human rights documented 175 deaths, 13/11/2012 all across Syria. Amongst these deaths were 22 children and 20 ladies and 2 under torture .
Damascus and Rural Damascus: 108
Deir Al Zor: 6
Hasakee : 5
The Syrian network for human rights documented 109 deaths, 11/11/2012 all across Syria. Amongst these deaths were 3 children and 5 ladies .
Damascus and Rural Damascus: 44
Hasakee : 16
Deir Al Zor: 3
SNHR| Syria| Casualties Report| 160 Deaths| November 7 th, 2012
The Syrian network for human rights documented 160 deaths, 07/11/2012 all across Syria. Amongst these deaths were 21 children and 8 ladies and 3 under torture .
Damascus and Rural Damascus: 79
Deir Al Zor: 3
The Syrian network for human rights documented 21 deaths, 28/10/2012 all across Syria. Amongst these deaths were 1 children and 1 ladY .
Damascus and Rural Damascus: 12
Deir Al Zor: 4
Homs : 2
SNHR| Syria| Casualties Report| 8 Civilian Deaths| October 27 th, 2012
The Syrian network for human rights documented 8 civilian deaths, 27/10/2012 all across Syria. Amongst these deaths were 2 children and 1 lady .
Damascus and Rural Damascus: 3