Daily death toll | Ten persons killed on November 1 across Syria • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Daily death toll | Ten persons killed on November 1 across Syria

Further details of fatalities, documented by SOHR, can be summarised as follows:

A young man from Al-Sakhor neighbourhood in Aleppo died under brutal torturing in regime prisons after being arrested for ten years, where the young man had gone out on protests against the regime in Al-Maydan neighbourhood in Aleppo on 2012.

A nine-year-old boy was killed following the explosion of an old landmine near a landfill on the outskirts of Al-Masarab town, west of Deir Ezzor.

Two children were killed near a bread bakery in Daraa Al-Mahatah, by indiscriminate gunfire fired during the ongoing clashes in neighbourhoods of Al-Hamadin and Tariq Al-Sadd in Daraa.

A young man from Da’il city who works as a blacksmith, was killed after being shot by unknown persons in Al-Muzayrib town in western Daraa countryside.

A young man was killed by a “drug abuser”, due to quarrels between them for unknown reasons in Al-Kahraba neighbourhood in Al-Raqqa within SDF-held areas.

The body of a young man was found killed by unidentified gunmen in Tarik Al-Sad neighbourhood in Daraa.

A regime soldier was killed due to the explosion of a landmine of war remnants, that was planted by ISIS cells near Al-Zamla field in southern Al-Raqqa countryside.

A member of the “Internal Security” Forces (Al-Asayesh) was killed, when unidentified people, believed to belong to ISIS, targeted him with machineguns at the road of Al-Harijy village eastern of Deir Ezzor.

An ISIS member was killed in clashes that erupted between local factions and ISIS cells in Daraa Al-Balad.