Report: More than 100 killed in Syria, mostly in Homs

At least 128 people were killed Monday in cities across Syria, most of whom fell in the restive western city of Homs where Syrian troops continued their bombardment of opposition-held neighborhoods as they have done for weeks.
Activists discovered a mass grave of over 60 young men, Al Jazeera reported. The bodies were found with their throats slit, according to the report.
Syrian troops also targeted mourners at a cemetery in Homs, activists said according to Al Jazeera.
The deaths followed a nationwide referendum on a new a constitution, which the Syrian government said passed with 89 percent of votes in favor, and which Western nations and the Syrian opposition dismissed as a farce.