Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister Martin McGuinness has died aged 66 following a short illness. The one-time Irish Republican Army (IRA) commander helped to end Northern Ireland's 30 year conflict.
The British government has said it is preparing to impose a budget on Northern Ireland after its main parties failed to form a power-sharing government. The move has raised concerns that London may impose direct rule.
Martin McGuinness, the former Northern Ireland deputy first minister and Irish republican leader who like no other shaped the region's fortunes, has died aged 66. Peter Geoghegan traces his steps from war to peace.
Leading Northern Irish republican Martin McGuinness has died, aged 66. The former IRA commander had stood down from his post as deputy first minister of Northern Ireland earlier this year, triggering a snap election.
Former US President Bill Clinton was one of the political leaders attending the funeral of former IRA commander and Sinn Fein minister Martin McGuinness. Clinton called for his work to be finished.
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