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Kate McCann 08 Aug 2007
Kate McCann
Madeleine McCann’s mother talks about her hope of finding her missing daughter.

Saturday 11th August marks a hundred days since four year old Madeleine McCann went missing from a holiday apartment in the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz. From the day of her disappearance, her parents have conducted a high-profile media campaign to try to find her. In her first solo broadcast interview, Madeleine’s mother Kate talks to Jenni about her ordeal and her determination not to give up hope of being reunited with her daughter.

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