Related Rule
Togo
Practice Relating to Rule 7. The Principle of Distinction between Civilian Objects and Military Objectives
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) provides: “A distinction shall always be made between … military objectives and civilian objects.” 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule III, p. 11.
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) provides: “Attacks must be directed only against military objectives. These objectives must be identified as such, clearly designated and singled out.” 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule III, p. 14; see also Fascicule I, p. 18 and Fascicule II, pp. 5 and 18.
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) provides that it is prohibited “to attack the civilian population, individuals and civilian objects as a deliberate method of combat”. 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule III, p. 12.
Togo’s Military Manual (1996) states:
Foreign civilian aircraft may be attacked when escorted by enemy military aircraft. When flying alone they can be ordered to modify their route or to land or alight on water for inspection … If a foreign civilian aircraft refuses to modify its route or to land or alight on water, it may be attacked after due warning. 
Togo, Le Droit de la Guerre, III fascicules, Etat-major Général des Forces Armées Togolaises, Ministère de la Défense nationale, 1996, Fascicule II, p. 8.