Former US president Bill Clinton has given an emotional eulogy at the funeral of Martin McGuinness.
The ex-IRA commander turned statesman died earlier this week after a short illness at the age of 66.
Mourners packed St Columba's Church near his home in the Bogside in Derry. Hundreds more surrounded the chapel.
Dignitaries who attended included the Taoiseach, President Michael D Higgins, former SDLP leader John Hume and notably the DUP Leader Arlene Foster was also there. She was met with applause as she entered the church.
Chief Celebrant Michael Canny says the best tribute to Martin McGuinness was the cross-community profile of the congregation.
Everyone is talking about, Bill Clinton's eulogy.
He praised the Taoiseach for his comments about immigration at the White House on St Patrick's Day.
But he also spoke about Martin McGuinnes' character and legacy and he appealed to people to finish the peace building that the former Deputy First Minister started.