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Northern Ireland mourns IRA commander- turned-peacemaker Martin McGuinness

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Mr McGuinness, photographed here in 1998, became Sinn Fein's chief negotiator in peace talks that led to the landmark 1998 Good Friday peace accord.

Belfast, Northern Ireland

MARTIN McGuinness, the Irish Republican Army commander who laid down his arms to become a key architect of Northern Ireland's peace, died on Tuesday aged 66, prompting tributes from allies and enemies alike.

The face of Irish Republicanism for many during

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