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Madagascar
Practice Relating to Rule 47. Attacks against Persons Hors de Combat
Madagascar’s Military Manual (1994) states: “A combatant who is recognized (or should be recognized) to be hors de combat shall not be attacked.” 
Madagascar, Le Droit des Conflits Armés, Ministère des Forces Armées, August 1994, Fiche No. 7-O. § 17; see also Fiche No. 9-SO, § A and Fiche No. 5-T, § 4.
Madagascar’s Military Manual (1994) provides: “A combatant who is recognized (or should be recognized) as being hors de combat shall not be attacked (surrendering, wounded, shipwrecked …). The intent to surrender can be shown with a white flag.” 
Madagascar, Le Droit des Conflits Armés, Ministère des Forces Armées, August 1994, Fiche No. 7-O, § 17; see also Fiche No. 5-T, § 4.
The manual adds: “Captured enemy combatants, whether having surrendered or not, are prisoners of war and shall no longer be attacked.” 
Madagascar, Le Droit des Conflits Armés, Ministère des Forces Armées, August 1994, Fiche No. 6-SO, § A.