News Headlines - 13 October 2012

Video: Space shuttle Endeavour makes final journey through Los Angeles - Telegraph

The retired space shuttle Endeavour set off on Friday for a trip unlike any of its previous journeys, one in which it crawled through Los Angeles on the way to its new home, instead of hurtling through space.

Heathrow third runway would treble air pollution deaths, study warns | guardian.co.uk

Premature deaths from Heathrow pollution would treble by 2030 if a third runway is built, according to an academic study to be published next week.

BBC News - Hezbollah admits launching drone over Israel

The leader of Lebanese Shia militant movement Hezbollah has said that his group was behind the launch of a drone shot down over Israel last week.

Patients may be asked about organ donation on hospital admission | guardian.co.uk

Patients entering hospital could be asked on their admissions form whether they wished to donate their organs for transplant under plans being considered by the NHS. Another potentially controversial suggestion involves recording the wishes of the dying and those placed on so-called "end of life" care by doctors.

Mystery large eye washes ashore on Florida coast | The Sun

SCIENTISTS have been left scratching their heads after a giant eye washed up on a Florida beach. The fleshy flotsam is the size of a large orange and was oozing blood when a member of the public plucked it off Pompano Beach, just north of Miami.









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