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Cook Islands
Practice Relating to Rule 59. Improper Use of the Distinctive Emblems of the Geneva Conventions
The Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols Act (2002) of the Cook Islands provides that “no person may, without the authority of the Minister or a person authorised by the Minister in writing to give consent under this section, use for any purpose” the emblems of the red cross, red crescent, red lion and sun on a white ground, the heraldic emblem of Switzerland, the distinctive signals of identification for medical units and transports, the designations “Red Cross” or “Geneva Cross”, “Red Crescent” and “Red Lion and Sun”, as well as any emblem, designation, or signal, so nearly resembling any of those emblems, designations, or signals as to be capable of being mistaken for, or, as the case may be, understood as referring to, one of those emblems, designations, or signals. 
Cook Islands, Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols Act, 2002, Section 10(1).