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Missing Madeleine parents reunited

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX BLOGS PHOTOGRAPHS NEWS MAY 2007
Original Source: HORNCASTLE NEWS:22 MAY 2007
Published Date: 22 May 2007
Location: The Press Association Newsdesk
 
The parents of missing Madeleine McCann will be back together in Portugal later as they plan their campaign to find her.

Gerry McCann is due back with wife Kate and twins Sean and Amelie in Praia Da Luz on the Algarve after a flying visit to the UK to make arrangements for the future.

After arriving at Portugal's Faro airport he will discuss the outcome of meetings with lawyers and campaign organisers in the UK with his wife before giving any update on their plans.

The couple are convinced Madeleine is still alive despite no news of her whereabouts for 19 days since she was snatched from her bed in their holiday apartment as they ate dinner nearby.

They look set to stay on in Portugal for the foreseeable future, waiting for news and spearheading an effort to imprint her image in the minds of people across Europe in the hope she will be found.

Tonight people across Portugal are set to pray simultaneously for Madeleine after a nationwide e-mail call by Carmelite nuns. The McCanns,who have made repeated visits to the village church of Nossa Senhora Da Luz during their stay, have welcomed the nuns' plan.

Last night after meeting lawyers and organisers of the family's campaign, Mr McCann made an emotional visit to the war memorial in the family's home village of Rothley, Leicestershire, which has been decked in yellow ribbons by wellwishers.

Mr McCann stopped to read cards and messages set among yellow ribbons and spoke to some of those who had turned out to show their support.

Last night, with only a fraction of the cheques opened, a fighting fund to pay for the McCanns' campaign had topped 184,000, up from 116,000 earlier in the day - flowing in at 2,000 an hour.

A website publicising Madeleine's disappearance had received more than 100 million hits.

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