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  • Martin McGuinness to be laid to rest - RTE.ie

    Martin McGuinness to be laid to rest - RTE.ie;

    The funeral will take place in Derry today of former Northern Ireland deputy first minister Martin McGuinness, who was Sinn Fein's chief negotiator during the peace process. President Michael D Higgins, Taoiseach Enda Kenny, DUP leader Arlene Foster, ...and more »

  • Bill Clinton to join mourners at Martin McGuinness funeral - The Guardian

    Bill Clinton to join mourners at Martin McGuinness funeral - The Guardian;

    A long line of mourners queue to pay their respects at the home of Martin McGuinness. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images. Martin McGuinness. Bill Clinton to join mourners at Martin McGuinness funeral. Former US president among a number of ...and more »

  • 'He turned the page on violence and conflict' - Barack Obama leads tributes to Martin McGuinness - Irish Independent

    'He turned the page on violence and conflict' - Barack Obama leads tributes to Martin McGuinness - Irish Independent;

    Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan signs a book of condolences in Belfast. Photo: David 4 Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan signs a book of condolences in Belfast. Photo: David Young/PA Wire. The former US president, Barack Obama, has ...and more »

  • Bogside to come to standstill as thousands expected at Martin McGuinness funeral - BreakingNews.ie

    Bogside to come to standstill as thousands expected at Martin McGuinness funeral - BreakingNews.ie;

    Thousands of people will turn out in the City of Derry today for the funeral of Martin McGuinness. The former IRA commander turned Deputy First Minister died from a rare heart condition on Tuesday aged 66. An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, President Michael D ...and more »

  • Foster and Clinton to attend McGuinness funeral - BBC News

    Foster and Clinton to attend McGuinness funeral - BBC News;

    The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, Arlene Foster, has confirmed she will attend the funeral of Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness later. Ex-US President Bill Clinton, the Irish president and the taoiseach (Irish prime minister) are also set to attend.and more »

  • Bill Clinton touches down in Ireland guarded by big security presence as he attends McGuinness' funeral - Irish Mirror

    Clinton is in Ireland as he attends the funeral of Martin McGuinness in Derry after his death on Tuesday. The American was welcomed off the plane at the airport before getting into his blacked out car.and more »

  • UK papers take a different view to their Irish editions on McGuinness coverage - Irish Independent

    UK papers take a different view to their Irish editions on McGuinness coverage - Irish Independent;

    Two British tabloids took very different editorial lines on their coverage of Martin McGuinness's death in their UK and Irish editions yesterday. In Ireland, the 'Daily Mail' ran a simple black and white photograph of the former IRA commander on its ...and more »

  • Martin McGuinness funeral: Bill Clinton arrives in Dublin for Derry service - Belfast Telegraph

    Martin McGuinness funeral: Bill Clinton arrives in Dublin for Derry service - Belfast Telegraph;

    Well wishers carry the coffin of the late Martin McGuinness past the murals at Free Derry corner on March 21, 2017 in Derry, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images). The funeral for Martin McGuinness is taking place today and ...and more »

  • Ex-US President Bill Clinton and former First Minister Arlene Foster to be among thousands at funeral of Martin ... - The Irish Sun

    Ex-US President Bill Clinton and former First Minister Arlene Foster to be among thousands at funeral of Martin ... - The Irish Sun;

    FORMER First Minister Arlene Foster will be among thousands at the funeral of Martin McGuinness later, the DUP confirmed today. Ex-US President Bill Clinton, President Michael D Higgins, Mary McAleese, Peter Robinson and Taoiseach Enda Kenny will ...and more »

  • Arlene Foster: This will be a difficult day, for many different reasons - Belfast Telegraph

    Arlene Foster: This will be a difficult day, for many different reasons - Belfast Telegraph;

    DUP leader Arlene Foster and Sinn Fein Northern Ireland Leader, Michelle O'Neill (. 52 52 DUP leader Arlene Foster and Sinn Fein Northern Ireland Leader, Michelle O'Neill (L), sign a book of condolence for Martin McGuinness. PIC PA. Today I will travel ...and more »