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Why freedom of expression is under threat in Turkey

We are writers from around the world who love, live and breathe words. We are united in our belief that freedom of expression is a universal and fundamental human right. We are gravely concerned about "the freedom of words" in Turkey. We connect both within and across borders through words, written …

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Fascinating Photos of New York City in the Early 1980s

<i>New York Up & Down</i> is a fascinating series by now octogenarian Frank Horvat that shows us what a major metropolis looked like back in the early 1980s. Shot between 1982 and 1986, the street images, all taken with a Nikon SLR camera with Ektachrome, captures New York City in a raw and gritty way. …

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The World’s Most Talented Barista Is Drawing This Year’s Best Picture Nominees In Coffee

Mike Breach, barista extraordinaire, is stepping up his game as the Academy Awards approach. He’s in the process of “painting” this year’s Best Picture nominees — in lattes. So far he’s finished <i>Dallas Buyers Club</i>, <i>Gravity</i>, <i>Her</i>, and <i>The Wolf of Wall Street</i> (see below).<p>Lest you think this is all just …

Don't Be Afraid Of This Insanely Fun "Leaked" Ad For The UK National Trust

Even though it's fake, it's very real.

Rome days away from bankruptcy

Eternal city warns it will go bust for the first time since it was destroyed by Nero<p>Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister, came under pressure on Thursday as the city of Rome was on the brink of bankruptcy after parliament threw out a bill that would have injected fresh funding.<p>Ignazio Marino, …

Pay-what-you-want restaurants around the world

Travelling on a tight budget? Here are six restaurants around the world where you can tuck into a hearty meal and only pay what you think it's worth at the end<p>Tell us about similar places you've visited in the comments<p>As any weary traveller should know, there's no such thing as a free lunch. But if …

Secret Amsterdam: lesser-known attractions, bars and restaurants

These recommendations, and hundreds more, can be found in the <b>free Telegraph Travel Guides app</b>. The app features expert guides to destinations including Paris, Rome,New Yorkand <b>Amsterdam</b>, with Edinburgh, Barcelona and Venice among those to be added in the coming weeks.<p><b>See and do</b><p><b>Pianola Museum</b><p>Top of …

Her: the movie every internet addict should be forced to watch

We all use technology to escape from our lives. But sometimes you need to see a film about a man having sex with his phone for it to really hit home<p>I have lived in Britain long enough to know that enthusiasm and cheerleading will never get you much credibility here – deprecation, misanthropy and a …

Latin America struggling to meet 2020 road deaths target

Despite efforts to tackle road safety, fatality rates remain three times higher in Latin America than in parts of Europe<p>The family of Susana Suárez, a 35-year-old Venezuelan dentist, are still in shock over her death in a traffic accident in May. She and a friend were killed on their way back from …

Song Siblings – From ‘Royals’ And ‘Thrift Shop’ To Beyond

Just before scooping up her sweet selection of Grammys, teenage triumph Lorde said that the award chugging ‘Royals’ and ‘Thrift Shop’ – by fellow …

France should allow headscarves, Arabic in schools - report to PM | Reuters

PARIS (Reuters) - France should reverse decades of strict secularism to integrate its immigrant population better, allowing Muslims to wear headscarves in schools and promoting Arabic teaching, according to an iconoclastic report commissioned by the prime minister.<p>A young woman from Somalia attends …

Cape Verde Gets New Name: 5 Things to Know About How Maps Change

National Geographic's chief geographer gives us a behind-the-scenes look at his job.<p><b>We're not in Cape Verde anymore.</b><p>The country, made up of ten islands about 350 miles (570 kilometers) off the coast of western Africa, is getting an identity makeover and reverting back to its original Portuguese …

Painted ladies: why women get tattoos

Why are so many women getting tattoos? Eight inked women reveal the appeal of permanent markings. Photographs by Christina Theisen and Eleni Stefanou<p>The first tattoo I ever saw belonged to my grandad. He had it done in Scotland during his national service in the 50s, so the tattoo must have been …

No, Robbie Williams, you're not 49% gay. But you are 100% stupid

A gay person would know how maddening all your 'affectionate' stereotyping is – we've had to listen to it all our lives<p>If Robbie Williams found himself in my bedroom (an improbable proposition, admittedly) he would likely conclude: "Given the mess and all the clothes on the floor, I'd say this …

Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex? http://gu.com/p/3jtcn/fb Japan's under-40s appear to be losing interest in conventional relationships. Millions aren't dating, and increasing numbers can't be bothered with sex. For their government, "celibacy syndrome" is a looming national catastrophe. Many are turning to what sex and relationship counsellor Aoyama terms "Pot Noodle love" – easy or instant gratification. Photograph: Eric Rechsteiner/Panos Pictures

The palatable truth about EU migration: 5 reasons why it’s good for Britain

The Sunday Telegraph’s disingenuous claim last weekend that “600,000 unemployed EU migrants are living in Britain at a cost of £1.5 billion to the …

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15 fun Google Easter eggs

Google is used by millions of people to navigate the web every day, but how many of us really put it through its paces? The Telegraph digs out a few of the search engine's hidden gems.<p>1. Calculator<p>Google's calculator function is far more powerful than most people realise. As well as doing basic …

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Our most read today - brain scans of porn addicts: what's wrong with this picture? Scan images show that watching online 'adult' sites can alter our grey matter, which may lead to a change in sexual tastes: http://gu.com/p/3j4dg/tw Don McPhee for the Guardian