Related Rule
Ethiopia
Practice Relating to Rule 65. Perfidy
Ethiopia’s Penal Code (1957) punishes any abuse of the white flag, with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts. 
Ethiopia, Penal Code, 1957, Article 294(b).
Ethiopia’s Penal Code (1957) punishes any abuse of the white flag, with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts. 
Ethiopia, Penal Code, 1957, Article 294(b).
Ethiopia’s Criminal Code (2004) states:
Article 282.- Abuse of Emblems and Insignia of International Humanitarian Organizations.
Whoever intentionally:
(b) abuses … any … protective device recognized in public international law, in particular the white flag, with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts,
is punishable with simple imprisonment, or, in cases of exceptional gravity, with rigorous imprisonment not exceeding five years. 
Ethiopia, Criminal Code, 2004, Article 282.
The Criminal Code of 2004 repealed Ethiopia’s Penal Code of 1957.
Ethiopia’s Penal Code (1957) punishes the abuse of the emblems or insignia of the red cross, red crescent or red lion and sun, “with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts”. 
Ethiopia, Penal Code, 1957, Article 294.
Ethiopia’s Criminal Code (2004) states:
Article 282.- Abuse of Emblems and Insignia of International Humanitarian Organizations.
Whoever intentionally:
(b) abuses [the] emblems or insignia [of the International Red Cross or Red Crescent or corresponding humanitarian relief organization] … with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts,
is punishable with simple imprisonment, or, in cases of exceptional gravity, with rigorous imprisonment not exceeding five years. 
Ethiopia, Criminal Code, 2004, Article 282.
The Criminal Code of 2004 repealed Ethiopia’s Penal Code of 1957.
Under Ethiopia’s Penal Code (1957), it is a punishable offence to abuse any “protective device recognized in public international law, … with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts”. 
Ethiopia, Penal Code, 1957, Article 294(b).
Ethiopia’s Criminal Code (2004) states:
Article 282.- Abuse of Emblems and Insignia of International Humanitarian Organizations.
Whoever intentionally:
(b) abuses … any … protective device recognized in public international law … with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts,
is punishable with simple imprisonment, or, in cases of exceptional gravity, with rigorous imprisonment not exceeding five years. 
Ethiopia, Criminal Code, 2004, Article 282.
The Criminal Code of 2004 repealed Ethiopia’s Penal Code of 1957.
Ethiopia’s Penal Code (1957) punishes the abuse of any “protective device recognized in public international law, … with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts”. 
Ethiopia, Penal Code, 1957, Article 294(b).
Ethiopia’s Criminal Code (2004) states:
Article 282.- Abuse of Emblems and Insignia of International Humanitarian Organizations.
Whoever intentionally:
(b) abuses … any … protective device recognized in public international law … with intent to prepare or to commit hostile acts,
is punishable with simple imprisonment, or, in cases of exceptional gravity, with rigorous imprisonment not exceeding five years. 
Ethiopia, Criminal Code, 2004, Article 282.
The Criminal Code of 2004 repealed Ethiopia’s Penal Code of 1957.