Règle correspondante
Practice Relating to Rule 50. Destruction and Seizure of Property of an Adversary
Paraguay’s Military Penal Code (1980) punishes any soldier who, in time of war, “in a foreign country, without superior order and without being obliged by the necessity of defence, wilfully sets fire to a house or other buildings”, as well as any soldier who destroys or damages such objects. 
Paraguay, Military Penal Code, 1980, Articles 282 and 283.
The Code further provides for a prison sentence for any soldier who, “without authorization or necessity, and in a foreign country, exacts war contributions of any kind”. 
Paraguay, Military Penal Code, 1980, Article 294.