The heavily fortified Police station in Antrim, Northern Ireland, Thursday, May, 1 2014. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
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Other senior figures in Adams' Irish nationalist party have accused those behind Wednesday's arrest of their leader of pursuing an anti-Sinn Fein agenda.Adams, who as the Sinn Fein chief since 1983 is Europe's longest-serving party leader, denies any role in the outlawed IRA. Sinn Fein, the major Irish nationalist party in Northern Ireland, has accused Protestant leaders of pressuring police to arrest Adams now to undermine Sinn Fein before elections this month in both Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic, where Adams leads Sinn Fein in the Irish parliament.Robinson appealed to McConville's children to tell police the identities of the IRA members who stormed into their home in the Divis Flats welfare housing project just before Christmas 1972 . He said Sinn Fein should encourage them to come forward, free from fear of IRA retaliation.
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