The First Minister Carwyn Jones is among a number of Welsh political figures to pay tribute to Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland's former Deputy First Minister, who has died aged 66.
The former IRA chief-of-staff died in Derry’s Altnagelvin hospital after a short illness. He was surrounded by his family.
The First Minister described Mr McGuinness as "vital" in bringing peace to Northern Ireland.
In a recent edition of the Face to Face programme, Former Northern Ireland Secretary Paul Murphy explained why he thinks now is the time for the Good Friday Agreement to be reviewed.
Former Northern Ireland Secretary Paul Murphy has joined other senior figures in marking the 15th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement. As minister during Mo Mowlam's period in office, the Torfaen MP was fully involved in the negotiations leading up to the agreement.
But he has a warning against complacency, saying that despite the success of the Good Friday Agreement, efforts to maintain peace in Northern Ireland must continue.
A lawyer defending Labour MP Peter Hain against claims he "scandalised a judge" has questioned whether the offence still exists in law.
At a preliminary court hearing in Belfast, David Dunlop also cast doubt on whether the case brought by Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin complied with the European Convention on Human Rights.
However, Mr Larkin defended his decision to prosecute the former Northern Ireland Secretary of State for critical comments he made about a High Court judge in his autobiography.
Shadow Welsh Secretary Peter Hain is to face legal action over critical comments he made about a leading Northern Irish judge in his recently-published memoir.
Mr Hain, a former Northern Ireland Secretary, made the comments about the handling of a judicial review case by Lord Justice Girvan in 2006.
The case is set to receive a first hearing at a Belfast court this morning, after the Attorney General of Northern Ireland claimed the passage "undermines the administration of justice". Both Mr Hain and his publisher, Biteback, face contempt of court charges.
In a statement, Biteback Managing Director Iain Dale said "as a publisher, I strongly support free speech, not least by our elected politicians, and we will therefore be vigorously defending this case.