Republican, 69, who was instrumental in IRA ceasefire, also says he will not seek re-election to the Irish parliament

Gerry Adams has announced he is stepping down as president of Sinn Féin after 34 years in charge of the party that was once closely linked to the IRA.

Adams also confirmed that he will not seek re-election to the Irish parliament, the Dáil, in the next general election.

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