Martin McGuinness' ministerial car vandalised outside home

Martin McGuinness The back window of Martin McGuinness' ministerial car was smashed in an overnight attack

The Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness' ministerial car has been vandalised outside his home in Londonderry.

It is understood the back window of the vehicle was smashed and the roof was dented in the overnight attack.

Mr McGuinness described the attack as "pointless".

In a statement, he said: "I won't be deflected from carrying out my responsibilities and my work to build peace and reconciliation."

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