Règle correspondante
Guinea
Practice Relating to Rule 158. Prosecution of War Crimes
Guinea’s Criminal Code (1998) provides for the punishment of certain acts constitutive of violations of IHL, such as pillage, the despoliation of the dead, wounded, sick and shipwrecked in a zone of military operations, and the use, in an area of military operations and in violation of the laws and customs of war, of distinctive insignia or emblems defined under international conventions. 
Guinea, Criminal Code, 1998, Articles 569, 570 and 579.
Guinea’s Code of Military Justice (2011) states: “Without prejudice to the suppression and punishment of acts that … are contrary to the laws and customs of war and international conventions, military offences … shall be punished.” 
Guinea, Code of Military Justice, 2011, Article 100.