German prosecutors seek suspended sentence for No Angels singer

A prosecutor called Wednesday for a suspended jail term for German pop star Nadja Benaissa on trial for hiding her HIV status from her sexual partners and infecting one of them with the virus.

Prosecutor Peter Liesenfeld called for a two-year suspended sentence for grievous bodily harm during closing arguments in the trial of the 28-year-old singer, a high-profile case that AIDS groups fear could harm their cause.

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