Statistics by Syrian human rights organizations showed that 94 civilians were extrajudicially killed in various regions of Syria, including 32 children and 10 women, while 7 were killed under torture, during last August.
Those victims were killed in areas controlled by different parties in Syria. The Syrian regime forces killed 25 civilians, including 10 children and 2 women, while the Russian forces killed 9 civilians, including 8 children and a woman.
The Syrian regime continued its military escalation in Daraa Governorate, southern Syria by targeting civilians with heavy artillery, which resulted in casualties.
Sixteen civilians, including 4 children and 4 women, were killed under the bombing of the city of Daraa and its western countryside between July 29 and August 30, by the Syrian regime forces.
Civilian victims of mines continued to fall in separate areas of Syria, with at least 15 civilians, including 6 children and a woman, bringing the total number of mine victims since the beginning of this year to 132 civilians, including 50 children and 22 women.
723 people were killed during the first half of this year by the parties to the conflict and the controlling forces in Syria, according to human rights reports.
Syria’s civil war has been going on since March 18, 2011, when the regime of Bashar Al-Assad cracked down on pro-democracy protests with unexpected ferocity.
Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the Uk has repeatedly called for an end to the war in Syria, calling on the international community to put pressure on the Syrian and Russian military alliance to end the war, which claimed hundreds of thousands of innocent lives and displaced more than 10 million people.