Related Rule
Ethiopia
Practice Relating to Rule 47. Attacks against Persons Hors de Combat
According to Ethiopia’s Standing Rules of Engagement (2007), “soldiers who have given up direct participation in combat (hors de combat)” do not constitute military objectives. 
Ethiopia, Standing Rules of Engagement, National Defense Force, Addis Ababa, 2007, § 8.4.3.
According to Ethiopia’s Standing Rules of Engagement (2007), “wounded and sick enemy soldiers” do not constitute military objectives. 
Ethiopia, Standing Rules of Engagement, National Defense Force, Addis Ababa, 2007, § 8.4.2.
Ethiopia’s Penal Code (1957) punishes “whosoever, in time of war … kills or wounds an enemy who has surrendered or laid down his arms, or for any other reason is incapable of defending, or has ceased to defend, himself”. 
Ethiopia, Penal Code, 1957, Article 287(a).
Ethiopia’s Criminal Code (2004) states:
Article 275.- Dereliction of Duty Towards the Enemy.
Whoever, in time of war and contrary to public international law and humanitarian conventions:
(a) kills or wounds an enemy who has surrendered or laid down his arms, or who for any other reason is incapable of defending, or has ceased to defend, himself; or…
(d) orders one of the above acts,
is punishable with rigorous imprisonment, or, in cases of exceptional gravity, with life imprisonment or death. 
Ethiopia, Criminal Code, 2004, Article 275.
The Criminal Code of 2004 repealed Ethiopia’s Penal Code of 1957.