Related Rule
Bolivia
Practice Relating to Rule 65. Perfidy
Bolivia’s Emblem Law (2002) states:
Any person who has wilfully committed, or given the order to commit, acts which have caused the death or serious injury to the body or health of an adversary by making perfidious use of the Emblem of the Red Cross or of a distinctive signal, i.e., having invited the good faith of this adversary, with the intent to betray that good faith, to make him believe that he is entitled to receive or obliged to accord the protection provided by the rules of International Humanitarian Law, has committed a war crime. 
Bolivia, Emblem Law, 2002, Article 11.