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Martin McGuinness dead at 66: Former IRA commander and key player in Northern Ireland peace process killed by rare disease

Daily Record Martin McGuinnessMartin McGuinness
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 ()

Martin McGuinness dead at 66: Former IRA commander and key player in Northern Ireland peace process killed by rare diseaseWe'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story
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News video: A look back at the life of Martin McGuinness – video obituary

A look back at the life of Martin McGuinness – video obituary 02:56

Martin McGuinness, the former IRA chief of staff and key figure in the Northern Ireland peace process, has died after a short illness. He stepped down as deputy first minister just two months ago. He was 66, and had a rare genetic disease caused by deposits of abnormal protein – amyloid – in...

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