FIRIL

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FIRILFaculty of International Relations and International Law (University of Kyiv; Ukraine)
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A recent study published by the Center for German Studies, 'Firil', revealed that "foreign fighters, of all nationalities, who have fought against the Syrian Army from April 2011 and until the end of 2015, numbered at 360,000".
One of the most distinguished Czech stage directors of the present day, Firil Herman's productions bear a distinct hallmark and gravitate towards an abstract, ritual even, light-permeated form.
Extracellular firils deriving from degenerating neurons in the PD brain can activate microglial cells and actively contribute to alpha-synuclein pathology spreading.