On this day: The news making the #YEPleeds front page

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The headlines that made the front page of the Yorkshire Evening Post on March 11, 2006.

Main story. The ringleader of the July 7 bombings - in which 52 people were killed - played a key role in helping Leeds police deal with rival youth gangs. Mohammad Sidique Khan - a former learning mentor at Hillside Primary school in Beeston, Leeds - worked closely with West Yorkshire Police to stop confrontation between rival factions in the city. Khan, who was brought up in Beeston and then moved to Dewsbury, made a rapid transition from law-abiding citizen to terrorist. He had worked for the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)in helping to promote British firms overseas.

Sherburn in Elmet, 22nd May 1989''Bucker Jungmann biplane.''Lone pilot Tony Smith, who flew half way around the world in a 50 year old biplane, is not quite the man he was.''Tony, 43, of Hillam Hall, Hillam, near Castleford touched down 2 stones lighter after the 12,000 mile journey took him through some of the world's hot spots.

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