give testimony

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Rajavi's personal experience in leading a popular movement against the religious dictatorship ruling Iran make her the right person to give testimony on this important issue.
A total of 12 employees of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) were summoned to give testimony at 10:00 EET (08:00 GMT) in Sofia's investigation office on Monday.
Mohammad Afif, will start hearing the case late next week, and seventeen general prosecution witnesses are on stand-by to give testimony.
11 ( ANI ): Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius broke down and puked, reportedly pausing the proceedings in the court as he heard a pathologist give testimony on the autopsy details about his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp's injuries during his trial on Monday.
Shandab also requested that Amine and the head of the news department at Al-Jadeed, Mariam al-Bassam, give testimony about the information they published and about articles relating to past explosions issued by their respective outlets.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an's son Bilal Erdoy-an was ready to give testimony to prosecutors, his lawyer said, in a probe that had been stalled after police allegedly refused to bring him for questioning on prosecutors' orders.
WATCH: Where kids are arrested for not having a mailbox In occupied East Jerusalem, children as young as six are snatched from their beds or on their way to or from school in order to give testimony or be questioned.
Children's mothers, who complained that the principal and staff had mistreated their children, will also give testimony.
The artistic director of the Bolshoi ballet Sergei Filin, who nearly lost his sight in an acid attack early this year, was due Wednesday to give testimony in the trial of his suspected assailants under medical supervision, his lawyer said.
The book also describes the experiences of some of the Irish seamen who returned to Germany (without the support of the Irish government) to give testimony against the Nazis at war crimes trials.
Whether justice will be done remains to be seen, but we can only express the hope that the truth will eventually come out when witnesses and defendants give testimony under oath.
Those who were detained give testimony in a local police department.