In a new report published for “International Human Rights Day,” December 10th, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) announced an updated death-toll of 560,000 people in Syria since the beginning of the uprising against Bashar al-Assad in March 2011, which has demanded equality, justice, freedom, and democracy.
Previous estimates of the total losses in Syria had ranged from 360,000-400,000 people.
According to the SOHR, these casualties include the following:
Courtesy Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
111330 Syrians including 20819 children under the age of eighteen and 13084 citizen women over the age of eighteen.
Syrian fighters in the ranks of the rebel and Islamic factions and the Syria Democratic Forces and other factions, movements and organizations: 63561
Defected of the regime forces: 2619
Number of persons who were killed by Bashar al-Assad’s regime forces: 65048
Fighters of NDF and gunmen loyal to the Syrian regime: 50296
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