2 February - 12:52Sweden moves to toughen anti-terror laws
Sweden's government on Thursday proposed new legislation to ban activities linked to extremist groups, in a move to toughen anti-terror laws, a key demand from Turkey to approve Stockholm's NATO bid.... READ MORE
2 February - 10:50Majority of Finns want to join NATO before Sweden: poll
2 February - 09:16Iran says Israel 'responsible' for drone attack: envoy
1 February - 20:59Jihadists kill 11 soldiers in northwest Syria attacks: monitor
1 February - 18:08Jihadists kill eight soldiers in northwest Syria: monitor
Monday Tuesday,Thursday and Friday from 13.00 to 19.00
Wednesday from 15.30 to 19.00
(The library is closed Sunday)
The Kurdish Institute maintains the largest Kurdish Library in
the Western World.
This library contains over 10,000 monographs about the Kurds, in 25 languages, several tens of thousands of published documents, collections of reviews and newspapers, photographs, videos, post cards and posters, as well as audio archives and music recordings.
This rich documentation fills over a third of the Institute's premises as well as a substantial part of its warehouse, located in a Paris suburb. References to these monographs and the principal documents have been computerized.