It’s impossible to imagine what life must be like for the parents of Rahma El-Dennaoui and Madeleine McCann. Losing a child is a torment. Losing them without a trace, with no explanation, would be doubly so.
It’s more than six years since little Rahma was put to bed with her sisters in their Sydney home, not to be seen since. Despite years of hard effort by the NSW police, the only solid sign of what might have happened is a cut or tear in the fly screen above her bed.
British police have asked for a DNA sample from a girl in New Zealand said to bear a striking resemblance to the missing British girl Madeleine McCann. The girl, who was spotted on New Year’s Eve in a store in the South Island city ... Read Post
Madeleine McCann was four years old when she vanished from a hotel room on holiday with her family in Portugal (while her parents dined just feet away from the crime scene), and the length of time the child has been missing has led ... Read Post