At least 39,021 people were killed in Syria’s civil war in 2014, including 24,430 civilians, according a report by the Syrian Network of Human Rights. The number of civilian casualties included 3,629 children and 3,714 women, the report added.

More than 39,000 killed in 2014
The group also said that Assad regime forces killed 32,507 people, 8,077 of whom were opposition fighters. The findings blamed the opposition for the deaths of at least 1,257 people, out of which 1,183 were said to be civilians, including 291 children and 242 women.