BEIRUT - Over 146,000 people, more than a third of them civilians, have been killed in Syria's uprising-turned-civil war which enters its fourth year this month, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Thursday.
The last UN figures, released in July 2013, put the death toll at at least 100,000 but the United Nations said in January it would stop
updating the toll as conditions on the ground made it impossible to make accurate estimates.
Reuters could not verify the death toll of 146,065 published by the UK-based Observatory, an anti-government group which uses a network of sources across Syria to document the violence there. (Reuters)