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/ 30 October 2007

McCanns defend using public fund to pay mortgage

The parents of missing Madeleine McCann repaid two instalments of their mortgage with money from the fund set up to help find her, their spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday. But Kate and Gerry McCann stopped taking money from the £1-million ”Find Madeleine” fund after they were made official suspects, Clarence Mitchell said.

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/ 24 October 2007

Madeleine’s parents launch new hotline

The parents of a British girl who disappeared while on holiday in Portugual will launch a 24-hour hotline on Wednesday for information to help find their daughter. Kate and Gerry McCann were to go on Spanish television to urge people to call the hotline if they have any information about their four-year-old, Madeleine.

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/ 16 September 2007

Friends hit out as McCanns renew Madeleine search

Kate and Gerry McCann, who are formal suspects over the disappearance of their daughter, Madeleine, in Portugal, launched a new publicity campaign in Europe to help the search for the girl. Friends of the couple also sought on Sunday to shift the focus back on to the search for the British toddler and away from speculation about the parents.

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/ 13 September 2007

Family members rally around McCann parents

As the pressure grows on the parents of missing British toddler Madeleine McCann, support from their extended family, who have angrily denounced the police probe, has become stronger. The McCanns — named as formal suspects by Portuguese police last week — come from close Roman Catholic working-class families.