Al Gurdabiya - 3 killed.
An air strike hit the Gidwar family home on September 23, 2011, killing one man and two girls, and wounding at least four people.www.hrw.org
Sirte - 2 killed.
A series of air strikes hit the seven-story Imarat al-Tameen apartment building on September 16, 2011. Many of the apartments were abandoned but one man and one woman were killed.www.hrw.org
Bani Waled - 5 killed.
Air strikes hit two houses owned by the Jfara family, on the night of August 29 or early morning of August 30, 2011, killing five members of the family, including a nine-year-old girl.www.hrw.org
Şurmān - 13 killed.
Multiple air strikes hit the large, walled farm of the el-Hamedi family, headed by a former member of Gaddafi’s Revolutionary Council, on June 20, 2011. The strikes killed eight family members and five staff.www.hrw.org
Sirte - 7-8 killed
An air strike struck the home of the Dyab family on September 25, 2011, killing three women and four children, and possibly Brig. Gen. Musbah Dyab.www.hrw.org
Zliten - 3 killed
An air strike hit the home of Mustafa al-Morabit on August 4, 2011, killing his wife and two of their children.www.hrw.org
Majer - 34 killed.
Multiple air strikes hit the compounds of the Gafez and al-Jarud families on August 8, 2011, killing 34 people.www.hrw.org
Tripoli - 5 killed.
An air strike hit the al-Gherari family home on June 19, 2011, killing five people. NATO conceded a 'weapons system failure.'www.hrw.org