The funeral of Former IRA chief Martin McGuinness has been scheduled to take place on Thursday.
Thousands are expected to pay tribute to McGuiness who died on Tuesday morning at the age of 66 from a rare genetic disease.
The former Irish Republican Army (IRA) commander laid down his arms and turned peacemaker to help end Northern Ireland’s 30-year conflict, and spent a decade as deputy first minister of the British province.
British Prime Minister Theresa May described McGuiness as a man who made a “historic contribution” to Northern Ireland's “extraordinary journey from conflict to peace”.
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