Règle correspondante
Zimbabwe
Practice Relating to Rule 7. The Principle of Distinction between Civilian Objects and Military Objectives
The Report on the Practice of Zimbabwe refers to the principle of distinction as set forth in Article 52 of the 1977 Additional Protocol I and states that this principle can undoubtedly be regarded as a customary rule of IHL. The report also points out that the distinction between civilian and military objectives is more problematic in non-international armed conflicts, as guerrillas tend to mingle with the civilian population and civilian facilities, rendering the principle difficult to implement. 
Report on the Practice of Zimbabwe, 1998, Chapter 1.3.
Zimbabwe’s Code of Conduct for Combatants (1993) states: “Attack only military targets.” 
Zimbabwe, Code of Conduct for Combatants, Joint publication of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces and the International Committee of the Red Cross Regional Delegation in Harare, 1993, p. 2.
Zimbabwe’s Code of Conduct for Combatants (1993) states: “Spare civilian … objects.” 
Zimbabwe, Code of Conduct for Combatants, Joint publication of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces and the International Committee of the Red Cross Regional Delegation in Harare, 1993, p. 2.