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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 06, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The international mystery surrounding the missing little girl Madeleine McCann that has received international attention reviewed; many photos shown; details given about what happened in Portugal that led to a search, the parents' public plea, pleas for help from soccer star David Beckham, reports of Madeleine sightings, unverifiable leads, parents' press conferences and the interviews with the parents. [Mother Kate McCANN†- says we need out Madeleine.] [RELATIVE - announces Madeleine has been abducted.] [Father Gerry McCANN - speaks out.] [Chief inspector Olegario SOUSA†- says the child could be dead.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Portimao, Portugal: Paula Hancocks) The sense that the circle of suspicion may have narrowed, the police interviews with Kate McCann, the forensics in the case and the criticism of the police handling of the case discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Hancocks, Paula
Duration:
00:06:30

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