Drone Attacks During Musharraf's Era:

18 June 2004: The first known US drone strike killed 5-8 people including Nek Muhammad Wazir and two children, in a strike near Wana, South Waziristan. Pakistan’s Army initially claimed the attack as its own work.
14 May 2005: 2 killed including Haitham al-Yemeni in a strike near the Afghan border in North Waziristan.
5 November 2005: a strike destroys the house of Abu Hamza Rabia killing his wife, three children and four others.
30 November 2005: Al-Qaeda's 3rd in command, Abu Hamza Rabia killed in an attack by CIA drones in Asoray, near Miranshah, the capital of North Waziristan along with 4 other militants. Among the deaths are 8 year old Noor Aziz and 17-year old Abdul Wasit.
13 January 2006: Damadola airstrike kills 18 civilians, in Bajaur area but misses Ayman al-Zawahri, five women and five children are among the dead.
30 October 2006 Chenagai airstrike allegedly aimed at Ayman al-Zawahri destroys a madrassa in Bajaur area and kills 70–80 people. Pakistani military officials claim there were militants while provincial minister Siraj ul-Haq and a local eyewitness said they were innocent pupils resuming studies after the Muslim Eid holidays.
16 January 2007: Up to 30 Taliban killed in a drone strike in Salamat Keley, Zamazola, South Waziristan.
26 April 2007: 4 people killed in the village of Saidgi in North Waziristan. Habib Ullah the owner of the destroyed house, said those killed were not terrorists.
19 June 2007: 30 killed in the village of Mami Rogha in North Waziristan
2 November 2007: 5 killed in an attack on a madrasah in North Waziristan.
29 January 2008: Al-Qaeda's Abu Laith al-Libi killed in a strike in North Waziristan along with 12-14 others, among the dead are two women and three children.
27 February 2008: 12 people killed in a strike near Kalosha village in South Waziristan.
16 March 2008: 16-20 people killed in a strike in South Waziristan.