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Gerry Adams accused of giving IRA orders by ex-IRA man Peter Rogers

23 April 2014 Last updated at 13:36 BST

An ex-IRA man has made new allegations about Gerry Adams, in which he raises questions about the Sinn Féin leader's claim to have never been in the IRA.

Peter Rogers has alleged that Mr Adams and his Sinn Féin colleague Martin McGuinness ordered him to transport explosives to Great Britain in 1980.

Both Sinn Féin men declined interviews but their party issued a statement saying the allegations were untrue.

Shane Harrison reports for BBC News NI's Good Morning Ulster programme.

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