Dozens of people were arrested in Damascus and Lattakia, according to activists of human rights. The same sources reported four deaths.
In Latakia, a port city in northwestern Syria subjected four days of military assault, hundreds of people are detained in the main soccer stadium in the city and in a movie theater, according to information reported by Rami Abdul -Raham, head of the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights, based in London.
The sources said hundreds of security officers raided the neighborhood of Al-Ramel at least 10,000 Palestinian refugees have deserted because of the violence, according to the UN.
The army offensive in Latakia, which lasted four days, would have at least 37 dead and forced thousands of residents to flee.
In the province of Idlib, a man was also killed, while in Homs, one person was killed and three others wounded in raids by the army.
In Damascus, the police have concentrated their operations in the mainly Kurdish area of Roukneddine, questioning dozens of people after cutting the electricity sector. The district has seen large anti-government protests in recent weeks.
Tunisia has recalled its ambassador to Damascus "for consultation" to denounce repression in Syria while Syria Turkey compared the situation to that prevailing in Libya.
Tunis became the fourth city in the Arab world to recall its ambassador after those of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Barheïn. "Given the dangerous development of the Syrian situation, the Tunisian government has decided to recall its ambassador for consultations in Damascus," said a source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Tunisian Ambassador in Damascus, Mohamed Laouiti, however, has not received confirmation to that effect.