The regime attacked cities controlled by opposition forces, said the Syrian Network for Human Rights, which is based in London and opposes Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
There were 61 people killed in the countryside of Damascus, five in Idlib, four in Homs and Hama respectively, three in Lattakia and two in Quneitra.
The Syrian regime air forces intensively bombarded the areas of Douma, al-Homayra, Darayya and Jobar in the Damascus area.
Intense clashes took place between opposition and Syrian regime forces near the Abu Al-Dohur airbase, which is controlled by the Syrian regime.
In addition, the opposition repelled attacks by regime forces, which attempted to infiltrate Azizah village in Aleppo, the Syrian Network said.
Moreover, the official Syrian news agency, SANA, announced that Syrian regime forces had killed a large number of opposition troops in operations in the countryside of Damascus and in other areas near Idlib.
Since 2011, a brutal civil war pits regime troops against opposition forces in Syria.
The Syrian civil war has resulted in the death of 350,000 people and displaced almost half of the country's population.