Related Rule
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Practice Relating to Rule 107. Spies
Section A. Definition of spies
The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Military Penal Code (2002) provides:
Article 127
Without prejudice to the provisions of articles 181 to 186 of book II of the ordinary Penal Code, treason and espionage, in times of war, are punished according to the provisions of the present Code.
Article 128
In times of war, every Congolese national who is guilty of treason is punished by death.
Treason is to be understood as:
1. The act of delivering to a foreign power, a foreign or foreign-controlled organization, or to their agents, either troops belonging to the Congolese Armed Forces or the national territory as a whole or in parts;
2. The act of delivering to a foreign power, a foreign or foreign-controlled company or organization, or to their agents, material, constructions, equipment, installations, appliances or other material devoted to national defence;
3. The act of entertaining contacts with a foreign power, a foreign or foreign-controlled company or organization, or to their agents, with a view to provoking hostilities or acts of aggression against the Republic;
4. The act of delivering to a foreign power, a foreign or foreign-controlled company or organization, or to their agents, the means to undertake hostilities or to accomplish acts of aggression against the Republic;
5. The act of delivering or of making accessible to a foreign power, a foreign or foreign-controlled company or organization, or to their agents, information, procedures, objects, documents, computerized data or files, whose exploitation, divulgation or reunion is of a nature to endanger the fundamental interests of the Nation.
Article 129
Guilty of espionage and punished by death is every foreigner who is the perpetrator of the acts listed in the article above. 
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Military Penal Code, 2002, Articles 127–129.