Related Rule
Practice Relating to Rule 161. International Cooperation in Criminal Proceedings
Section B. Extradition
Luxembourg’s Law on the Punishment of Grave Breaches (1985) states that, under certain conditions:
Luxembourg can hand over to governments of States parties to the [1949 Geneva Conventions] every foreign person being prosecuted or convicted in these States for an offence provided for in the Geneva Conventions and in Article 1 of this law, provided that sufficient charges are held against [him or her] and that the statutes of limitation for the public prosecution or for the sentencing have not yet been reached under Luxembourg’s law. 
Luxembourg, Law on the Punishment of Grave Breaches, 1985, Article 11.