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Today's Death Toll in Syria: 121

By October 31, 2012

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syriaSo that we don't lose sight of the unabated tragedy in Syria, here's today's update from the Local Coordination Committees of Syria, the press arm of the opposition to the murderous regime of Bashar al-Assad:

LCC could document 121 martyrs in Syria by the end of Wednesday. 53 martyrs in Aleppo, 44 in Damascus and its suburbs including 18 in war planes shelling over Zamalka, 11 in Homs, 5 in Hama, 4 in Idlib, 3 in Daraa and a martyr in Deir Ezzor

LCC could count 131 points where regime army bombardet civilians randomely, including 17 points by war planes, 35 by mortars, 11 by rockets, and Bowaida Sharkiya and Haffa were shelled by explosive durms

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya: Several wounded were reported when 5 mortar shells landed in the city

Homs: Massive explosions shook the neighborhoods of Old Homs and they are accompanied by gunfire from heavy machine guns, which are stationed at Mohandesin Building and the Police Command Building

Damascus: Tadamun: Large explosion, from unknown source, shock the neighbourhood. It was accompanied with heavy gunfire in Martyrs' Street area

Damascus Suburbs: Zamalka: Tens bodies and wounded under the rubble, the residents are trying to pull them.

Daraa: Daeel: Fierce clashes between the Free Syrian Army and the regime's army while the regime's attempt to rid into the city from the Eastern side

Damascus Suburbs: Al-Husianeh Camp: Massive clashes in the camp between the Regime's Army and the Free Syrian Army

Damascus Suburbs: Maadamiya Sham: Fierce artillery shelling on the city, Fire outbreak in some buildings...

And I've only copied about half of it. Please follow the LCC to keep up to date and the brave community of #Syria civilian correspondents on Twitter.

More than 30,000 people have been killed by Assad's forces.

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