Related Rule
Sudan
Practice Relating to Rule 87. Humane Treatment
Sudan’s Armed Forces Act (2007) provides:
Subject to the provisions of the Criminal Act of 1991, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term not exceeding twenty years, or with any lighter penalty, whoever treats inhumanly any of the persons hereinafter mentioned, during wartime, by killing him/her or causing physical or moral injury or grievous suffering thereto …:
(a) civilians, as long as they enjoy such capacity. 
Sudan, Armed Forces Act, 2007, Article 152.
Sudan’s Armed Forces Act (2007) provides:
Subject to the provisions of the Criminal Act of 1991, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term not exceeding fifteen years, whoever is competent, and does not exert the necessary care to treat a prisoner of war humanely, in such a manner as to preserve and care for his/her life and dignity, and to treat him/her such treatment as may be fit for his/her position, before taking him/her as prisoner. 
Sudan, Armed Forces Act, 2007, Article 161; see also Article 152.