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Gerry Adams urged to apologise over 1981 hunger strike deaths

Gerry Adams urged to apologise over 1981 hunger strike deaths

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A FORMER republican prisoner has called on Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams to apologise to the relatives of hunger strikers after recently released secret files revealed that a “good offer” was made by the British that could have ended the deadly fast.
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