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  Scotland Yard: Chance McCann is alive

UK begins new Madeleine McCann investigation

  Six years have passed since three-year-old Madeleine McCann disappeared in Portugal, but the case has not been forgotten. The British government is now funding its own investigation to follow up on a number of leads as her parents hold out hope for answers. NBC’s Michelle Kosinski reports.

Scotland Yard to investigate McCann disappearance

  The parents of Madeline McCann, a little girl who went missing on a family trip to Portugal six years ago, were offered new hope with the announcement of an investigation into their daughter’s disappearance by Scotland Yard. NBC’s Maria Schiavocampo reports.

Australian DJs could face charges for hoax

  Scotland Yard has asked prosecutors to consider whether charges should be pressed against two Australian DJs who prank-called a hospital where Princess Kate Middleton was being treated for extreme morning sickness. NBC’s Lester Holt reports.

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