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Martin McGuinness 'may have just six years to live after being diagnosed with a rare life-threatening genetic disease' 

MailOnline Thursday, 12 January 2017
Martin McGuinness 'may have just six years to live after being diagnosed with a rare life-threatening genetic disease' Martin McGuinness is suffering from a rare genetic disease which has left him looking pale and tired, it has been revealed. Mr McGuinness, 66, resigned as Deputy First Minister on Monday.
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News video: Martin McGuinness quits politics due to serious illness

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Martin McGuinness has quit politics due to a serious illness. The former deputy first minister and IRA leader has announced he will not stand in the upcoming Northern Ireland Assembly election. Martin McGuinness – a political career in pictures https://t.co/VY3pQUjZgM #PoliticsHour...

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