Summarized death toll for Saturday 26/04/2014; Approximately 265 were killed • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Summarized death toll for Saturday 26/04/2014; Approximately 265 were killed

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The dead include: 61 civilians, 35 rebel and islamic fighters, 65 regular soldiers, 53 fighters from al-Nusra front, Ahrar al-Sham movement, rebel battalions and islamic factions, 10 ISIS fighters, 12 unidentified rebel and islamic fighters, 28 combatants from the NDF, popular defence committees, al-Ba’ath battalion and the “Syrian resistance to liberate the Sanjak of Alexandretta” and 42 non-Syrian fighters (27 of which are from the ISIS, islamic factions, al-Nusra front, al-Muhajireen Wal Ansar army, Junoud al-Sham and Sham al-Islam movement and 15 of which are from the al-Quds al-Filastini brigade, Abu Fadel al-A’bbas battalion and other pro-regime factions)

– In Aleppo 33 civilians and 12 rebel and islamic fighters were killed. 2 woman, 1 child and 1 man were killed by aerial bombardment with explosive barrels on parts of the Mare’ town. 5 men, 3 children and 1 woman were killed by aerial bombardment on parts of the Kafrhamra town. 2 children were killed by aerial bombardment on parts of the al-Heidariya neighbourhood. 8 civilians, including 1 child and 1 woman, were killed by aerial bombardment on areas in the Tal al-Zarazir neighbourhood, the Handrat camp and other areas of Aleppo city. 3 men were found dead in a cemetery in the Tal Jijan area of Reef Alepo, activists accused the ISIS of killing them. 2 corpses were found in a building near the air-intelligence branch, activists accused regular forces of killing them. 1 man died of wounds received earlier by aerial bombardment on parts of the al-Mashehad neighbourhood. 1 man was killed by aerial bombardment on the al-Itfa’iya area in the Masaken Hanano neighbourhood. 12 rebel and islamic fighters were killed by clashes with regular forces and pro-regime militants.


– In Reef Dimashq 5 civilians and 15 islamic fighters were killed. 15 islamic fighters were killed by bombardment and clashes with regular forces and pro-regime militants in the al-Mleiha, al-Ghouta al-Sharqiya and al-Qalamoun areas.

– In Idlib 10 civilians, 1 rebel fighter and a media activist of an islamic battalion were killed. 4 civilians, including a child, were killed by aerial bombardment on parts of the Sarmin town. 3 men were found dead on the road that connects the Ma’saran town to the al-Barsa area. 1 man and 1 woman were killed by aerial bombardment on parts of the Kansafra town.

– In Homs 6 civilians were killed. 2 men (1 from Palmyra and 1 from al-Qseir) died under regime detainment.

– In Latakia 4 islamic fighters were killed by clashes with regular forces and pro-regime militants in Reef Latakia.

– In Hama 1 man and 2 islamic fighters were killed.

– In Dera’a 2 civilians and 1 islamic fighters were killed.

– In al-Raqqa 2 children were killed by regime bombardment on parts of the al-Tabaqa city.

– In Deir Izzor 1 man was killed.

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– A child from the Douma city died of malnutrition, medical shortages and poor living conditions.

– 3 prisoners in the Aleppo central prison died of a lack of medicines and medical treatment and poor living conditions in the prison which is besieged by al-Nusra and islamic fighters.

– 3 men were documented as killed 3 days earlier by aerial bombardment on parts of the al-Atareb town of Reef Aleppo. 1 islamic fighter was killed by clashes with regular forces and pro-regime militants yesterday in the al-Leirmoun area.

– Reports that 4 civilians were killed by aerial bombardment on parts of the Kafrhamra town. Reports that at least 8 corpses were found near the air-intelligence branch of Aleppo city, activists accused regular forces of killing them.

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– 49 fighters from al-Nusra front, Ahrar al-Sham movement, rebel battalions and islamic factions, including at least 7 Jordanian and Saudi al-Nusra fighters, were killed by an attack on a regime stronghold in the al-Jabiya hill near the Nawa town of Dera’a province. The clashes lasted for 3 days and ended up with al-Nusra, Ahrar al-Sham, islamic and rebel fighters taking over the hill.

– 3 ISIS fighters were killed by clashes with the YPG and the Asayesh near the al-Qahtaniya (Tarbat Sabi) town of Reef al-Hasaka.

– 11 islamic, al-Nusra and rebel fighters were killed by clashes with the ISIS in Aleppo, Deir Izzor and al-Raqqa.

– 7 ISIS fighters were killed by attacks on their checkpoints and clashes with rebel and islamic fighters in Aleppo, Deir Izzor and al-Raqqa.

– 12 unidentified rebel and islamic fighters were killed by clashes with regular forces and pro-regime militants, attacks on vehicles, bombardment and aerial bombardment on several areas.

– At least 20 non-Syrian fighters from the ISIS, islamic factions, al-Nusra front, al-Muhajireen Wal Ansar army, Junoud al-Sham and Sham al-Islam were killed by bombardment, aerial bombardment and clashes with regular forces and pro-regime militants in several provinces.

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– 28 combatants from the NDF, popular defence committees, al-Ba’ath battalion and the “Syrian resistance to liberate the Sanjak of Alexandretta” were killed by clashes, attacks on checkpoints and IED attacks in several towns and villages.

– At least 65 regular soldiers were killed by clashes with fighters from al-Nusra front, the ISIS, al-Muhajireen Wal Ansar, Jund al-Aqsa, al-Umma brigade, Junoud al-Sham, Sham al-Islam and other islamic fighters as well as by attacks on centres and checkpoints, rocket bombardment and IED attacks in several provinces: 20 in Dera’a, 17 Damascus and Reef Dimashq, 11 Aleppo, 3 Homs, 5 Latakia, 1 Idlib, 6 Hama and 2 in Deir Izzor.

– 15 non-Syrian combatants from the al-Quds al-Filastini brigade, Abu Fadel al-A’bbas battalion and other pro-regime factions were killed by clashes with the ISIS, al-Nusra front, islamic fighters and rebel fighters in Aleppo, Reef Dimashq, Latakia and Idlib.

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