Final death toll for Friday 26/09/2014, approximately 139 people killed in Syria. • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Final death toll for Friday 26/09/2014, approximately 139 people killed in Syria.

Anti-government demonstrators attend the funeral of people whom they said were killed during clashes with government troops in earlier protests, in Idlib
Final death toll for Friday 26/09/2014, approximately 160 people killed in Syria.
the dead : 26 civilians, 24 rebels, 26 Non-Syrian Islamic fighters, 17 NDF, 25 Regular forces, 8 unknown rebels, 8 ISIS, 1 Hezbollah, 4 non-Syrian fighters allied to regime forces.By province : Aleppo ( 7 rebels, 11 civilians ), Reef Dimashq ( 12 rebels, 5 civilians ), Hama ( 5 rebels ), Daraa ( 2 civilians ), Der-Ezzor ( 1 civilian ), Idlib ( 1 civilian ), Homs ( 5 civilians ).
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— 7 ISIS killed by clashes against YPG in the countryside of Ein al-Arab ” Kobane” .

— Islamic battalion fighters executed 5 men in the charge of spying.
— an Arabic leader in ISIS killed by targeting his motorbike by the coalition warplanes.
— 8 Unknown rebels killed by clashes against regime forces, bombardment, and targeting their checkpoints .
— 17 National Defense Forces militiamen were killed by clashes and attacks on their checkpoints around Syria.
— 25 Regular forces were killed by clashes, snipers, IEDs, and attacks on their checkpoints and vehicles: Damascus and Reef Dimashq 9 , Aleppo 8, Homs 2, Hama 6.
— 20 Non-Syrian fighters from ISIS, Jund Al-Sham and Jabhat Al-Nusra were killed by clashes and targeted bombardment.
— 4 Non-Syrian fighters allied to the regular forces, killed by clashes against Islamic battalions and Jabhat al-Nusra in Reef Dimashq and Aleppo.
— a fighter from Hezbollah, killed by clashes against Islamic fighters in Reef Dimashq.
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— reports that a many fighters from YPG killed by clashes against ISIS in Ein al-Arab countryside..
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