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Spy princess

For more than 60 years, the herosim of Noor Inayat Khan, one of Winston Churchill's elite Special Operations Executive secret agents, has remained largely forgotten. She was the first female radio operator sent into Nazi-occupied France, where her bravery has long been recognised, and for three months she single-handedly ran a cell of spies across Paris until she was betrayed and captured.


China’s Stealth strength

Aviation experts believe China may have started testing a new stealth aircraft -- putting it well ahead of Western predictions that a revamped air force would not be ready for take-off for another decade. Photographs of the J-20 taking high-speed taxi tests at an airfield have appeared on several websites ....

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