Northern Ireland

Martin McGuinness: In pictures

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Image caption Martin McGuinness (second from right) was born in Londonderry into a large Catholic family
Image caption A young Martin McGuinness in his home city - the former IRA commander joined the paramilitary organisation in 1970, shortly after the Troubles began
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Image caption Mr McGuinness at a Bobby Sands commemoration march on the Falls Road in west Belfast in the 1980s with Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams and Danny Morrison
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Image caption Up close and personal: A young Martin McGuinness in Derry in 1985
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Image caption The man who would later become Northern Ireland's deputy first minister is pictured with masked men at an IRA funeral in 1988
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Image caption Mr McGuinness addresses the media outside Connolly House in west Belfast at the time of the IRA ceasefire in 1994
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Image caption Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness are pictured after being sworn in as first and deputy first ministers of the Northern Ireland Assembly in 2007 - they were later to be dubbed the 'Chuckle Brothers'
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Image caption Seismic moment: Mr McGuinness shook hands with the Queen in June 2012 in the company of the then first minister, the DUP's Peter Robinson
Image caption At a speech in 2013 he revealed he had slept in the Queen's bed at Hillsborough Castle when she was not there, during 2010 devolution negotiations
Image caption Arlene Foster became Northern Ireland's first minister in 2016 serving in a joint office with Mr McGuinness at Stormont
Image caption In poor health: Mr McGuinness resigned as Northern Ireland's deputy first minister in January 2017, in protest against the handling of a botched energy scheme that could cost taxpayers £490m

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