More than 120 Syrians were killed in fighting Tuesday, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The dead included 62 civilians, 22 rebel fighters, and 41 regular soldiers. Two of the men who were killed when a rocket fell on their can in the town of Al-Hirak, reports the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Of the 62 unarmed civilians, in Reef Dimashq 28 civilians were killed.
In the Idlib province 18 civilians were killed, including 4 children. Four civilians, including a woman and three children, were also killed by the bombardment on the town of Kafarbatikh, Reef Saraqib.
Additionally, in Aleppo five civilians were killed, including three Syrian Kurdish civilians who died of wounds they received when rebel fighters fired at a protest in the al-Ashrafiya neighbourhood.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, in the Dera’a province five civilians were killed, including an ambulance driver and a nurse were killed in the city of al-Hirak. According to activists they were hit by a regime tank while they were trying to assist three men who were eventually killed when their car was hit by a shell in the city.
No less than 41 regular soldiers were killed by IED attacks and clashes in Deir Izzour, Aleppo, Homs and Reef Dimashq, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.