Règle correspondante
Afghanistan
Practice Relating to Rule 89. Violence to Life
Afghanistan’s Law against Terrorist Offences (2008) states:
Article 13. Offences against Internationally Protected Persons.
(1) A person who commits one of the following acts against an internationally protected person shall be punished as following:
1. If the person with international protection has been physically … attacked, … or killed, with consideration of circumstances the perpetrator shall be sentenced to long term imprisonment of [no]-less than ten years or [life] imprisonment or execution.
2. If the official residence place, personal residence or the vehicle of the person with international protection has been attacked or a danger threatens the safety or freedom of the internationally protected person, with consideration of circumstances the perpetrator shall be sentenced to long term imprisonment of not less than six and [no]-more than ten years. 
Afghanistan, Law against Terrorist Offences, 2008, Article 13(1).