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HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX PHOTO GALLERY INDEX NEWS JULY 2008
Original Source: ABC NEWS: SATURDAY 26 JULY 2008
 

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This is one of the last photos of Madeleine McCann, right, taken May 3, 2007, less than eight hours before she disappeared. Just shy of her fourth birthday, Madeleine vanished from an apartment in Praia da Luz, a sunny seaside town in the Algarve region of Portugal, where she and her family were vacationing. The night she disappeared, Gerry and Kate McCann, Madeleine's parents, went to dinner with friends at a nearby restaurant. They regularly checked in on Madeleine and her 2-year-old twin siblings, Sean and Amelie, who were napping in the unlocked apartment.  (Kate McCann)

 

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Gerry and Kate McCann spoke to the press May 4, 2007, at the Ocean Club apartment hotel in Praia da Luz. Lt. Col. Costa Gabral told the gathered press that Madeleine vanished while her parents were out to dinner and could have been abducted.
(VASCO CELIO/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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Olegario Sousa, the detective in charge of the case, spoke during a press conference May 10, 2007, in Portimao, Portugal. Investigators showed Praia da Luz residents photographs of two men and one woman taken by a gas station surveillance camera the night of Madeleine's disappearance. Madeleine's parents said they were trying to stay positive and thanked the hundreds of police and volunteers searching for the girl.
(VASCO CELIO/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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On May 12, 2007, Madeleine turned 4. Her parents asked people to "redouble their efforts" to help find their daughter. The BBC reported that Madeleine's aunt, Philomena McCann, said Gerry and Kate McCann would have a "family day" to honor their missing daughter. (AP Photo)

 

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Gerry and Kate McCann, devout Catholics, visited Pope Benedict XVI May 30, 2007, in Rome. During the emotional meeting, the pope blessed a photograph of Madeleine. "Today, meeting the pontiff was an experience that has caused very mixed emotions for us," Gerry McCann said during a press conference. "In ordinary circumstances, it would be a highlight for any Catholic to meet the pope. Of course it's saddened by the marked realization that our daughter is still missing."  (CityFiles/WireImage/Getty Images)

 

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As word spread about Madeleine's disappearance, the McCanns' hometown of Leicestershire, England, showed its support. Three-year-old Cally prepares to add a yellow ribbon to a floral tribute for missing Madeleine McCann at the Rothley War Memorial May 21, 2007.

(MAX NASH/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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Gerry and Kate McCann hold pyjamas similar to those of their daughter Madeleine during a press conference June 6, 2007, in Berlin. The McCann's visited Germany to raise awareness and to ask German tourists for help in the search for their missing daughter. (CLEMENS BILAN/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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A candle is left standing in the spot where yellow ribbons for missing Madeleine McCann were removed from the railings at the Rothley War Memorial at Cross Green in England July 31, 2007. "[It's] not because in any way we feel that we're giving up hope or the search is any less than it was," said Brian Kennedy, Madeleine's great-uncle. "It's as big as ever. In fact, it's more widespread than anything, but [the ribbons have] been on the Green for a long time and the Green doesn't just belong to us, it belongs to everyone."
(Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

 

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On August 5, 2007, a dozen Portuguese police conducted a new search of the home of 33-year-old British expatriate Robert Murat, left, one of three suspects named by Portuguese police. His home is located near the hotel from where 4-year-old Madeleine vanished. Police later announced that the search yielded nothing. Murat's mother spoke out in November 2007, telling the BBC that her son was with her throughout the evening of May 3, 2007, the day Madeleine disappeared. British newspaper The Observer reported April 13, 2008, that Murat is seeking record monetary damages from British media for allegedly defaming him. (FRANCISCO LEONG/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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On Sept. 7, 2007, Kate McCann leaves the headquarters of the Portuguese criminal police department after she was questioned in Portimao. Gerry McCann dismissed the suggestion that his wife was involved in Madeleine's disappearance, saying it was "ludicrous" and adding that Kate McCann was "completely innocent."
A family spokesman said that police believe Kate McCann was involved in the accidental death of her daughter, to which Madeleine's grandmother described as "absurd." Days later, Portuguese prosecutors said they found no new evidence to justify further questioning of the McCanns.
(FRANCISCO LEONG/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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Kate and Gerry McCann returned to Britain from Portugal with their 2-year-old twins Sept. 9, 2007, insisting they were not behind Madeleine's disappearance after Portuguese police named them as suspects.
(RUI VIEIRA/AFP/Getty Images)

 

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On Oct. 25, 2007, Kate and Gerry McCann released a sketch of the man they believe abducted their daughter. The image shows a man carrying a child in his arms and was drawn by an FBI-trained forensic artist from the eyewitness account of Jane Tanner, one of the friends who dined with Gerry and Kate McCann on the evening Madeleine disappeared. Tanner told the BBC she saw the man near the McCanns' apartment complex around 9:15 p.m. Nearly an hour later, Tanner found out that Madeleine was missing.
(McCann family/PA Wire/AP Photo)

 

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McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell holds two artists' impression of a new suspect Jan. 20, 2008, in London. The description came from British woman Gail Cooper, who was staying with her family close to the McCann's apartment in Praia da Luz.
(Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

 

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British newspapers Daily Express and Daily Star printed front-page apologies March 19, 2008, to Kate and Gerry McCann for publishing false allegations. The Express Newspapers group published more than 100 articles containing inaccuracies in four of their newspapers regarding the case of the missing McCann girl. (Cate Gillon/Getty Images)

 

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Gerry and Kate McCann hold a news conference after a meeting at the European parliament in Brussels April 10, 2008, nearly a year after Madeleine disappeared. The McCann's addressed the parliament to help launch a new EU-wide helpline for missing children.
(Yves Herman/Reuters)

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