Moatassem Billah Gaddafi (Arabic: مُعْتَصِمٌ بِٱللهِ ٱلْقَذَّافِيّ, also transliterated as Mutassim or Al-Mu'tasim) (1977 – 20 October 2011) was a Libyan Army officer, and the National Security Adviser of Libya from 2008 until 2011. He was the fifth son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and a member of his father's inner circle. He was killed during the Battle of Sirte by anti-Gaddafi forces, during the 2011 Libyan civil war
Date 20 Oct 2011
"Interpol issues a 'Red Notice' for deposed Gadhafi, as well as for his son Saif Al-islam Gadhafi and former director of military intelligence Abdullah Al-Senussi. The Red Notice is the most serious of seven different notices, and is ""the closest instrument to an international arrest warrant in use today."""
Date Sep 2011
"After their expulsion from Tripoli, three of Gadhafi's sons, his wife and his daughter escape to neighboring Algeria. Rebels call the family's refuge an ""act of aggression"" on the part of the Algerian government. Algeria closes the border immediately afterward"
Date 30 Aug 2011
Khamis al-Gaddafi (Arabic: خميس القذافي; born 27 May 1983), the seventh and youngest son of Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi, is a military commander, who is in charge of the Khamis Brigade of the Libyan army. It has been reported that he has died of injuries sustained in a suicide attack during the 2011 Libyan uprising, though the Libyan government has denied this and it has not been independently confirmed.
Child Death 29 Aug 2011
"Rebels storm Tripoli, and after a weekend of harsh fighting, take the capital. Gadhafi's last day in power is marked as Aug. 23, 2011."
Date 23 Aug 2011
Rebel forces move through the country as former members of Gadhafi's government as well as some army units either join the anti-Gadhafi forces or defect
Date Jul 2011
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, in an audio recording aired on Libyan state television, vowing never to surrender to NATO's air campaign; on Tuesday, NATO warplanes dropped more than 80 bombs on the capital of Tripoli, obliterating large areas of Gaddafi's command compound
Quoted 7 Jun 2011
"The International Criminal Court issues an arrest warrant for Gadhafi, Saif al-Islam and al-Senussi for ordering troops to shot at unarmed protestors. If caught, the men could be extradited to The Hague for an international trial."
Date Jun 2011
Saif al-Arab al-Gaddafi (Arabic: سيف العرب القذافي, lit. Sword of the Arabs; of the Gaddafa; 1982 – 30 April 2011 (disputed)) was the sixth son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. From around 2006 to 2010, Saif spent much of his time in Munich were he was enrolled at the Technical University Munich. On 30 April 2011, the Libyan government reported that Saif and three of his young nieces and nephews were killed by a NATO airstrike on his house during the Libyan civil war. During the beginning of the uprising, Saif was put in charge of military forces by his father in order to put down protesters in Benghazi. Saif was viewed as the most low-profile of Gaddafi's eight children.
Date 30 Apr 2011