The coffin of Martin McGuinness is surrounded by mourners during his funeral in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
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McGuinness, who resigned as Northern Ireland's deputy first minister in January, died Tuesday aged 66 .The flag also flew from lampposts and windowsills in the streets of the nationalist Bogside district where McGuinness lived in a modest terraced house in the shadow of the 17th-century walls that dominate the city and were once a symbol of British rule.Former U.S. president Bill Clinton and former British prime minister Tony Blair attended the funeral, as well as Irish President Michael D Higgins and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny.
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