Related Rule
Togo
Practice Relating to Rule 47. Attacks against Persons Hors de Combat
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) states: “It is prohibited to kill or injure an adversary … who is hors de combat.” 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule II, p. 4; see also p. 18.
The manual further states: “Any person recognized or who should be recognized as being no longer able to participate in combat shall not be attacked.” 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule II, p. 9.
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) states: “It is prohibited to kill or injure an adversary who surrenders.” 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule II, p. 4; see also Fascicule I, p. 17 and Fascicule II, p. 18.
The manual also provides: “Any person recognized, or who should be recognized, as not being able to participate any longer in combat shall not be attacked (for example: in case of surrender, wounds, … shipwreck …).” It specifies that an intention to surrender must be clearly expressed and gives a few examples, such as raising hands, laying down arms and waving a white flag. 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule II, p. 9.