Martin McGuinness 'may have just six years to live after being diagnosed with a rare life-threatening genetic disease'
Thursday, 12 January 2017 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.
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.
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