For the first time in three years, Syrians have something to feel good; no casualty was reported in the war-torn country on 7 January (Wednesday), thanks to divine intervention.
The "zero death day" information came from a UK-based statistical group that monitors war causalities.
Several parts of West Asia, including Syria, have been hit by severe snowstorm, resulting in poor visibility for warplanes and halt to fighting.
"The cold protected the Syrians from bombardment and fighting," the head of Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), Rami Abdulrahman, told Reuters.
A rebel, who died in Darraya, near Damascus, was reportedly due to his earlier wounds.
According to the data provided by SOHR, nearly 4358 people were killed in December 2014. Check for details HERE.
Reports suggest that about 150 people were killed every day in December, taking the death toll to more than 207,000 ever since the conflict started in 2011.
However, conflict resumed on Thursday after the weather started showing improvement.