SPY NOOR HONOURED
A special blue plaque has been placed on a house in London to honour the brave World War 2 spy who once lived there. Noor Inayat Khan, a Muslim of Indian and American heritage, worked undercover as a radio operator in Nazioccupied France in the 1940s. She was captured and died in a concentration camp, but never revealed any of her secrets. Noor is the first woman of Indian origin to be honoured with one of the plaques, which mark a link between a notable person and a particular building.