- AVIATION MH370 wreckage may be further north (print)
- RIO 2016 Violent deaths in Rio de Janeiro (print)
- U.S. 50 years of mass shootings (Screen Due Fri)
- RIO 2016 Rio de Janeiro history (Screen Due Fri)
- Further details in News & Sport Schedules
LECCE, Italy -- Wreckage from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could be as far as 500km north of the current search area, according to new analysis by Italian scientists.
A team at the Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change in Lecce, Italy, developed computer models to calculate the movement of five confirmed pieces of debris found to date -- two in Mozambique and one each in Reunion, South Africa, and Mauritius.
WASHINGTON -- In 2015, more than 12,000 people were killed by guns and 25,000 people injured in the United States, according to the Gun Violence Archive.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Since Rio was awarded the Games in 2009, more than 15,000 people have been murdered, including 2,500 people killed by the security forces.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Athletes at the Rio Olympic Games face tests for the first time for “gene doping”, the illicit injection of DNA to boost an athlete's performance.
ROUEN -- France was plunged into shock following the gruesome murder of a priest, less than two weeks after an attack on Bastille day killed 84 people.
LONDON -- “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” has won five-star reviews from critics. It opens officially at the Palace Theatre, in London's West End, on Saturday.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- State-of-the-art digital technology is set to transform the sporting experience for athletes, spectators and refereeing officials at the Rio Olympics.
PHILADELPHIA -- In addition to possible terror attacks, security officials expect tens of thousands of protesters during the Democratic National Convention in Philly.
KRAKOW -- As part of his weeklong trip to Poland for World Youth Day, Pope Francis will visit the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau on Friday, July 29.
ABU DHABI -- Solar Impulse 2, the first aircraft ever to circumnavigate the Earth without using a drop of fossil fuel, landed in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
ROME -- Italy’s banks hold some €360 billion of bad loans and new EU “bail-in” rules force huge losses onto millions of ordinary Italian depositors.
LONDON -- Each month Graphic News moves a World Agenda -- an illustrated diary of upcoming events -- in both print format and as a responsive screen version.
MOJAVE -- The Stratolaunch air-launch platform – the largest aircraft ever to be built – is aiming to begin ferrying rockets to space by the end of the decade.
HOLLYWOOD -- In its first 35 years, under George Lucas, the Star Wars universe spawned six movies and an animated TV show, but in only eight years Disney will have matched that.
WASHINGTON -- The first ever episode of Star Trek, the science fiction TV series created by Gene Roddenberry, was aired on NBC fifty years ago on September 8, 1966.
GUIZHOU, China -- The Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) is the world’s largest radio telescope, hewn out of a mountain in China at a cost of $180 million.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The developer of the augmented reality game for smartphones, successor to Nintendo’s smash-hits of the 1990s, will soon roll out to 200 new markets.
HOCKENHEIM -- In the final race before the summer break, F1 returns to Germany after financial problems at rival circuit Nürburgring led to its cancellation last year.
QUITO -- South America’s premier club competition reaches its climax in a two-leg final between Ecuador’s Independiente de Valle and Atletico National of Colombia.
LONDON -- The pick of the opening fixtures sees Arsenal facing Liverpool, while on Sept 10 Mourinho’s United host Guardiola’s City in their first Manchester derby.
JYVÄSKYLÄ -- The classic smooth gravel stages among forests and lakes, with massive jumps, is one of the fastest rallies on the calendar, always drawing huge crowds.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- In under a month, the world’s best sportsmen will contest the 306 Olympic gold medals available in 28 sports and 38 disciplines at the Rio 2016 Summer Games.
NEW JERSEY -- The Baltusrol Golf Club should prove a big challenge, with its Lower Course stretched to 7,462 yards – an increase of 70 yards since it last hosted the event in 2005.