A member of the Tunisian special forces stands guard in front of the court in Tunis on April 6, 2015. AFP PHOTO/FETHI BELAID
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A Tunisian court Wednesday overturned a six-month suspended jail term for a popular comedian, a television host and a colleague for identity theft, fraud and insulting the head of state.Ben Gharbia, satirist Wassim Lahrissi known as "Migalo" and their colleague Abdelhak Toumi were originally sentenced in March 2015 .Ben Gharbia had allegedly asked Migalo to use his impersonation skills to imitate President Beji Caid Essebsi during a telephone conversation with a prominent businessman.
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