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sábado, 26 de maio de 2007

Police release Madeleine suspect description

A friend of Madeleine McCann's parents may have seen her being carried away from her holiday apartment on the night she vanished, as police release the description of a man they want to trace.

A "witness" reported seeing a man carrying "an object that could have been ... a child" in the Algarve village of Praia Da Luz at 9.30pm on May 3 - while Madeleine's parents were finishing dinner nearby. A source indicated that the sighting - the most striking so far in the case - was made by one of the couple's party who has not been named.

Policia Judiciaria (PJ) finally released a description of the man seen that night in the face of possible legal action by Madeleine's parents. The information, likely to have been released early on as a matter of course in other countries, had to be sanctioned by the public prosecutor.
It followed an "amicable" meeting with senior Portuguese police and the McCanns believed to have taken place on Thursday. The couple also had discussions with British Ambassador John Buck and UK police at their apartment on Thursday.

The PJ has been heavily criticised in the British media over the past three weeks for not releasing more details of suspicious sightings in the face of the country's strict "secrecy of justice" laws which forbid the disclosure of information about an investigation.

It is thought the PJ have known about the sighting for three weeks but have not released it for that reason.

The description - which tallies closely to details being circulated at the time but never publicised - is of a white man, approximately 35 to 40 years old, of medium build and 5ft 10ins tall. He was described as wearing a dark jacket, light beige trousers and dark shoes.

Officers toured shops and bars in the village with a basic description in the days after Madeleine was snatched as well as one or more images of the man. But facial features were scant and one man described an e-fit he was shown by plain clothes officers as like "an egg with hair".

The announcement was welcomed as an apparent "new development" in the case by the McCanns. The couple spoke earlier of hopes that police would make an announcement soon to take the case forward.

A spokesman for the couple confirmed: "Gerry and Kate McCann are pleased to hear about what appears to be a new development. They will now be considering what the police have said before making any further comment. They are acutely aware that this is an ongoing investigation."

Meanwhile, the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office has issued new photographs of the four-year-old. The holiday snaps, taken by a friend of the family the day before her disappearance, show Madeleine McCann at play wearing a pink zip-up top.

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sexta-feira, 25 de maio de 2007

Madeleine: 'The Guilt Will Never Leave Us'

Gerry and Kate Talk To Sky News

The parents of missing Madeleine McCann have given their first interview about their ongoing ordeal. Gerry and Kate McCann spoke to Sky's Ian Woods in the Portuguese holiday resort of Praia da Luz, where their daughter vanished 22 days ago.

The parents of Madeleine McCann have given an insight into the family's nightmare since the abduction of their daughter.

Gerry and Kate McCann have told Sky News about their guilt at leaving Madeleine and her twin brother and sister alone in their bedroom, about the police investigation and about the support they've received from people around the world.

Kate told Sky's Ian Woods of the moment three weeks ago when she found Madeleine had vanished.

"We were checking regularly on the children and it was during one of my checks that I discovered she was gone.

"I can't really go into any details about that. I'm sure any parent will realise how that felt." The panic set in "pretty much immediately", she said..

They explained why their three children were left alone while they had a meal nearby.
Gerry said: "I think If you know the location here - what we did we've been assured by the thousands of messages from people who've either done exactly the same or would have done the same.

"For us it really wasn't very much different from having dinner in your garden, in the proximity of the location.

"I think it's fair to say that the guilt that we feel, having not been there at that moment - irrespective of whether we had been in the other bedroom or not - will never leave us."
Kate said they blamed themselves for the disappearance in the early stages.

"Certainly in the first few days the guilt was very difficult. I think as time goes on we feel stronger and we've felt very supported.

Gerry: "We've tried to rationalise things in our head. Ultimately what is done is done. and we do continually look forwarded.

"We've tried to put things into perspective for ourselves:

"It's a very safe resort. If you think about the millions and millions of British families who go to the Mediterranean each year, really the chances of this happening are in the order of 100-million-to-one."

Kate said: "At worst we were naive. We are very responsible parents. We love our children very much. And I don't think that any parent could ever imagine or consider anything like this happening."

The couple said they had been aware of the big public debate which followed the abduction and admitted they were hurt by it.

But Gerry said: "No one hurts you as much as the hurt we had. We've tried to remain very positive in our outlook, and even small levels of criticism make that hard when you are trying to do everything in your power to get your daughter back.

Of the police investigation, Gerry said: "I don't think it helps to look back at what could and couldn't have been done.

"I think it's fair to say that we expected a very British-style response that you would expect if you were in a big metropolitan city.

"But you have to put that in context - we're in a tiny resort. But that aside, the time for the lessons to be learned will be after the investigation has finished and not now.

Gerry said it was a huge investigation and there are hundreds of pieces of information continuing to come forward.

He asked that any holidaymakers who were in the Algarve in the two weeks before Madeleine disappeared to send in their photos, using the website
Anyone with information can still call the following numbers:

From the UK 0800 096 1233. From Abroad 0044 207 158 0197

"We want Madeleine back and people can still influence that," said Gerry, a hospital consultant.
The McCanns said they had seen nothing suspicious in the days before Madeleine's disappearance.

"It had been such a relaxing holiday up to that point - as good a holiday as we ever had," said Gerry.

The couple said they still believe Madeleine will be found safe and well but admitted to having had negative thoughts in the early days.

Kate said: "We're actually a lot stronger, a lot more hopeful now. And we have to be hopeful - it's what keeps us focussed."

Kate said the twins, two-year-olds Sean and Amelie, were of an age where the disappearance had not had such an impact on them.

"They do talk about Madeleine - pick up things and say "Madeleine's". They're really good."
Gerry said: "Many people have said to us this is a parent's worst nightmare, and it is - it truly is and it's as bad as you could possibly imagine. But if all three of the children had been taken it could have been even worse than your worst nightmare.

"And we've got to be strong for them. They are here. They bring you back to earth."

Kate said she couldn't think about going home without Madeleine.

She spoke of the comfort she gets from Madeleine's 'Cuddle Cat' toy she carries.
Gerry explained why he thought the story had attracted so much worldwide attention.

"The world has changed in terms of information technology and the speed of response, you know in terms of the media coming here and us being prepared to some extent use that to try and influence the campaign.

"But above all else it's touched everyone. Everyone. You don't have to be a parent for this to have a major impact on you."

The couple recognised that the level of media coverage will not last forever but said they had sensed a feeling that people would not allow something like this to happen again.

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Madeleine: Police have new suspect

Portuguese police have released the description of a suspect thought to have been seen carrying a child on the night Madeleine McCann disappeared.

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McCanns speak of feelings of guilt

The parents of missing Madeleine McCann have spoken of their feelings of guilt at not being there when she was taken.

In their first interview Kate and Gerry McCann spoke about the "darkness" they felt in the first hours and days after their daughter's abduction. The couple told how they had made arrangements with other families to regularly check on their children on the night of May 3 while dining a short distance away.

Gerry McCann compared eating in the tapas bar at the Ocean Club Resort in Praia da Luz as like "having dinner in your garden". But he said: "I think it's fair to say that the guilt that we feel having not been there at that moment, irrespective of whether we had been in the next bedroom or not, will never leave us."

His wife Kate said: "Certainly the first few days I think the guilt was very difficult but I think as time goes on you feel stronger and you feel very supported."

Mrs McCann insisted the couple were not irresponsible parents but said they had perhaps been naive.

She said: "I think we were naive, we are very responsible parents, we love our children very much. I don't think any parent could imagine or consider anything like this happening."
Mr McCann said the experience of his daughter's abduction was "worse than your worst nightmare" but said that they had drawn strength from thousands of messages of support from around the world.

They also described how they have been dealing with Madeleine's abduction in the presence of their two-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.

Mr McCann said: "We have said she's gone on a little trip just now and Amelie came out with one really cutting line that went right to the core, she said 'Madeleine's on trip, back soon'.

"We certainly pray for that every day."

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A odesidade nas criancas de viseu


O coordenador da Subregião de Saúde de Viseu, José Carlos Almeida, afirmou ontem ao nosso Jornal não haver números concretos sobre a incidência da obesidade nas crianças, adolescentes e adultos em Portugal.

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PSP de Viseu aumenta


O Comando de Polícia de Viseu está a levar a efeito até ao próximo dia 8 de Junho a operação "Escola Segura - Final do Ano Lectivo 2006/2007.

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Notas Falsas


O proprietário de um estabelecimento comercial em Carregal do Sal entregou duas notas falsas de dez euros aos militares do posto local da Guarda Nacional Republicana. De acordo com as autoridades, o dono não se lembra de quando é que recebeu

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Corpo por trasladar

Conduzia embriagado, com uma taxa de 2,33 gramas de álcool no sangue, e morreu depois de provocar (…)

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Dois milhões de clientes

Foi ontem inaugurado, na freguesia de Fragosela, a meia dúzia de quilómetros do centro da cidade (…)

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Milhares em risco

Oferta pública de emprego lançada na Galiza atrai profissionais espanhóis a trabalhar no Norte. Por cada um que deixe a região haverá cerca de 1500 utentes a ficar sem clínico

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McCanns' vow on Missing Children's Day

The parents of missing Madeleine McCann have vowed not to lose hope as International Missing Children's Day is marked around the world.

Madeleine, four, will be the focus of many international events more than three weeks after she was snatched from her parents' holiday apartment in Praia Da Luz on the Algarve, Portugal.

In a message carried in the Portuguese press, Gerry and Kate McCann identified with parents of missing children in all countries.

"We, like parents of missing children around the world, will not lose hope," they said.
In Britain, Mr McCann's brother John will visit the London head office of the National Missing Persons Helpline to highlight its work.

Last night Madeleine's image was projected on Marble Arch in London as part of the appeal for information on her whereabouts.

Today she will be the focus of events across Europe, including in Portugal, where her mother Kate is expected to attend a private lunch with a children's charity.

International Missing Children's Day originates from the disappearance on May 25, 1979, of six-year-old Etan Patz in New York.

Over subsequent years his case was kept in the public eye by various organisations and in 1983 US President Ronald Reagan declared May 25 "Missing Children's Day" in America.

The tradition spread to Canada three years later and has since been adopted around the world including the European Union.

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quinta-feira, 24 de maio de 2007

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Powerful drama tracing the journey of a burger- Watch the trailer- Is it on near you?- Search: Fast Food Nation

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Natalie Portman stars in this Spanish Inquisition set drama- Watch the trailer- Is it on near you?- Search: Goya's Ghosts

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"When African Union peacekeepers are present, the Janjawid do not dare to attack. But the peacekeepers are not interested in the displaced." A Masalit woman from Darfur, who recently fled to Chad

The conflict in the Darfur region of Sudan, in neighbouring Chad and in the Central Africa Republic has been raging for four years.

Behind the statistics - 3 million displaced, 300,000 dead - there is a human story. Civilians have borne the brunt of the conflict. Murder, rape, torture and mass forced displacement of civilians continue to be used as weapons of war.

We need your support

What are Amnesty International doing?

We are calling on the governments of Sudan and Chad to allow an effective UN peackeepers into the region by 30th June. We are demanding action from the governments of the world to bring about an end to this humanitarian crisis and to:

stop rape being used as a weapon of war
protect civilians throughout the region
prevent the spread of human rights abuses to refugees and displaced people
stop the flow of arms
hold perpetrators to account
implement an agenda for peace

So what have Amnesty International already done?

We have continued to make sure the crisis in Darfur is not forgotten and lobbied governments around the world to address the situation
Campaigned for an arms embargo in Sudan so that arms don't fuel the conflict.
Talked to the people of Darfur and reported their stories
Campaigned for the victims of Darfur, calling for justice for those affected by the conflict.
We need your support so we can continue to help the people of Darfur and make sure that there are no more excuses. Please join Amnesty today.

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Take action - Global Day for Darfur

The 29th April 2007 is a Global Day for Darfur. It is a day in solidarity with the people of Darfur in cities all over the world. The date considered as the 'unofficial' 4th anniversary of the start of the Darfur conflict. Find out more

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Madeleine McCann News

Today marks three weeks since four-year-old Madeleine McCann was snatched from her bed. Her parents are clinging to the hope that she is still alive and well. More »

New milestone in hunt for MadeleinePress Assoc. - Thursday, May 24 06:16 am
The parents of missing Madeleine McCann will face another painful milestone on Thursday, exactly three weeks since the four-year-old was snatched. More »

Madeleine Hunt: Three Week MilestoneSkyNews - Thursday, May 24 05:59 am
Exactly three weeks have now passed since four-year-old Madeleine McCann was snatched from her bed and her parents are clinging to the hope that she is still alive and well. More »

Madeleine parents pray for herPress Assoc. - Thursday, May 24 01:12 am
The parents of Madeleine McCann have joined more than a thousand pilgrims at Portugal's holiest site to pray for the safe return of their daughter. More »

Madeleine's parents make Fatima pilgrimageITN - Wednesday, May 23 11:50 pm
The parents of Madeleine McCann have visited Portugal's holiest site to pray for the safe return of the missing four-year-old. More »

Madeleine's parents pray at Portuguese shrineReuters - Wednesday, May 23 10:53 pm
The parents of kidnapped four-year-old Madeleine McCann prayed on Wednesday for her safe return at Portugal's holiest Catholic shrine. More »

Madeleine parents pray for miraclePress Assoc. - Wednesday, May 23 05:28 pm
The parents of missing Madeleine McCann have made a personal pilgrimage to pray for a miracle. More »

Bath Murder: Madeleine Appeal May HelpSkyNews - Wednesday, May 23 10:20 am
The massive public appeal to find Madeleine McCann may help solve the murder of sand bath victim Lindsay Ann Hawker. More »

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Vila Nova de Paiva em destaque

Vila Nova de Paiva é uma vila portuguesa no Distrito de Viseu, região Centro e subregião do Dão-Lafões, com 1 411 habitantes(2001).
É sede de um município com 175.5 km² de área e 6 319 habitantes (2004), subdividido em 7 freguesias. O município é limitado a norte pelo município de Tarouca, a leste por Moimenta da Beira, a leste e sul por Sátão, a sudoeste por Viseu e a oeste e norte por Castro Daire. O concelho designou-se Fráguas até 1883, quando a sede foi mudada para a actual vila.


Gentilico –
Area – 175.5 km2
Populacao-6 319 hab (2004)
Densidade Populacoinal- 36.1 hab/km2
Numero de freguesias -7
Fundacao do municipio (ou foral)- 1514
Regiao- Centro
Subregiao –Dao - Lafoes
Distrito- Viseu
Area Urbana – Grande Area Metropolitana de Viseu(GAMVIS)
Antiga Provincia- Beira Alta
Feriado Municipal- 2 de Marco
Site oficial-
Endereco de correio electronico-

As freguesias de Vila Nova de Paiva são as seguintes:

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Crianças vítimas de prostituição

Equipas de rua do Instituto de Apoio à Criança encontraram, no ano passado, 33 menores desaparecidos. As crianças foram descobertas em negócios de exploração sexual. Alguns iam passar fins-de-semana a Espanha para fins sexuais. Outros não chegam sequer a regressar.

Das 76 crianças desaparecidas e recuperadas o ano passado, em Lisboa, pelas equipas de intervenção de rua do Instituto de Apoio à Criança (IAC), 33 foram encontradas inseridas em actividades relacionadas com a exploração sexual.

A maior parte dos menores recuperados, pelas equipas de intervenção de rua do IAC, têm idades entre os 14 e os 16 anos. Fugiram de casa por «motivos de negligência ou maus tratos parentais», e vieram a ser encontrados em «práticas ilícitas, vítimas de prostituição e tráfico», contou ao PortugalDiário Matilde Sirgado, coordenadora do projecto de equipas de intervenção de rua da instituição.

Equipas do IAC descobrem casos nas ruas

O trabalho das equipas do «Projecto Rua» do IAC actua em zonas de risco da grande Lisboa. Os grupos compostos por animadores e técnicos da instituição patrulham os bairros e abordam os menores, que se apresentam em situações suspeitas e tentam encontrar soluções.

Muitos dos casos de desaparecimentos em que os menores são reencontrados não estão sinalizados no IAC. Outros, dos quais a instituição não recebeu denúncia, «podem vir a ser descobertos», afirmou a responsável. Em 2006, o IAC recebeu um total de 107 denúncias só em Lisboa.

Iam a Espanha para fins sexuais

Dos 76 casos sinalizados nas ruas pelo IAC, 33 referiam-se a actividades de exploração infantil. Vários menores chegaram a referir aos técnicos da entidade que costumavam ir «passar fins-de-semana» a Espanha para fins sexuais. Alguns desses rostos não voltaram mais a ser vistos.

O trabalho realizado com os menores recuperados nas ruas tenta perceber os «porquês das fugas que levaram aos desaparecimentos». Fazer o retorno, quando possível às famílias, e apostar na autonomização, formação e educação das crianças é outra das preocupações das equipas de rua, sublinha a coordenadora do projecto.

É também através da linha SOS Criança Desaparecida (1410), que as equipas de intervenção do IAC actuam. A recolha de dados como pistas e informações sobre possíveis paradeiros pode ajudar a encontrar uma criança. Quando um menor desaparece, as equipas do IAC saem muitas vezes para as ruas em busca da criança desaparecida.

Pais: «redobrem vigilância»

No caso dos menores que desaparecem, mas não fugiram, Matilde Sirgado afirma ser necessário que os pais «redobrem a vigilância em grandes superfícies comerciais, praias e qualquer lugar onde um desaparecimento é sempre uma possibibilidade».

«Saber que lugares evitar, com quem não devem ir de boleia, que cuidados devem ter, em quem devem confiar» é também a mensagem da campanha de prevenção das equipas do IAC junto de escolas e ATLs, sublinha a mentora do projecto de rua da entidade.

Em 2006, dos 31 menores desaparecidos e denunciados pela linha de desaparecimentos do IAC, 16 deviam-se a actos de fuga, 13 foram posteriormente resgatados em práticas de mendicidade, 6 desapareceram por rapto de terceiros, 5 devido a problemas na família, 4 por via de rapto parental e 3 por fuga de instituições sociais. Destes, 19 são raparigas e 12 são rapazes.

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quarta-feira, 23 de maio de 2007

Live: AC Milan v Liverpool

as Liverpool take on AC Milan in the final of the Champions League

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Two quizzed over missing Madeleine

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Detectives in Portugal have questioned two people over the disappearance of British youngster Madeleine McCann.

Police in Portimao re-interviewed a man and a woman, one Portuguese, one foreign.

They are believed to be Michaela Walczuch, the German lover of Robert Murat - the only official "suspect" in the case so far - and her estranged husband Luis Antonio, who were both questioned before on the night Mr Murat's house was searched by police.

Mr Murat has not been charged or even formally arrested but remains the police's main line of inquiry in the case. He strenuously denies any involvement in Madeleine's abduction.

Madeleine was snatched from her bed as her parents ate dinner on May 3 in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz.

Her parents have made a personal pilgrimage to pray for a miracle.

Holding presents, flowers and a single set of Rosary beads, Gerry and Kate McCann sat among more than 1,000 pilgrims praying for her safe return at Portugal's holiest site.

The couple fulfilled a long-standing ambition to visit the Marian shrine of Fatima, north of Lisbon, which has become a focus of prayers for four-year-old Madeleine.

Her parents, who are making preparations to personally travel around Europe to appeal for help, set off from Praia da Luz early in the morning for the four-hour drive to Fatima.

The shrine is the site of a series of visions of the Virgin Mary to three shepherd children, including two young girls, in 1917.

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Presidente e dois vereadores arguidos

Presidente e dois vereadores arguidos

A presidente da Câmara de Nelas, Isaura Pedro, e os vereadores Manuel Marques e Osvaldo Seixas (…)

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Quim Barreiros e Gonzo na semana académica

Quim Barreiros e Gonzo na semana académica

A Semana Académica da Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão de Oliveira do Hospital (ESTGOH), (…)

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Duas pessoas estão a ser ouvidas

Duas pessoas estão a ser ouvidas na PJ de Portimão

Michaela Walczuzch, sócia de Robert Murat, e o marido Luís António Michaela Walczuzch, alemã que é sócia de Robert Murat, e o seu marido, Luís António, estão a ser ouvidos nas instalações da Polícia Judiciária (PJ) de Portimão, disse fonte policial à Agência Lusa.

A alemã é sócia de Robert Murat no site online de venda imobiliária Romigen e vive na Praia da Luz há vários anos.

O seu marido é português e faz manutenção dos jardins e da piscina do resort Ocean Club - de onde desapareceu Madeleine McCann - e da vivenda da mãe de Robert Murat, a Casa Liliana.

Os dois já foram ouvidos no Departamento de Investigação Criminal de Portimão no passado dia 14 de Maio, dia em que Robert Murat foi constituído arguido.

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Casal Mc Cann em Fatima

Para rezar pelo o aparecimento de Madeleine

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Madeleine parents pray for miracle

The parents of missing Madeleine McCann have made a personal pilgrimage to pray for a miracle. more

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60 SECONDS: Gene Wilder

Gene Wilder has starred in more than 30 movies, including Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory.

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Two more people questioned in Maddy case

Police in Portugal are questioning two more people in connection with the disappeareance of four-year-old Madeleine McCann. They are believed to be the girlfriend of Robert Murat who is the only official suspect in the investigation, and her estranged Portuguese husband. more

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terça-feira, 22 de maio de 2007




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Gerry and Kate McCann have pledged to step up the fight to find their missing daughter Madeleine, saying they would "travel wherever necessary" to promote their campaign.

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Desaparecido desde 1998

Merkel agradece

A chanceler alemã agradeceu hoje a Portugal por organizar a segunda Cimeira UE-África, prevista para Dezembro, afirmando esperar que sirva para potenciar as oportunidades da parceria entre continentes vizinhos, sem esquecer os problemas.

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Portugal é dos países europeus mais afectados

Portugal é dos países europeus mais afectados pelas alterações climáticas

Portugal será um dos países mais afectados pelas alterações climáticas em termos de perda da biodiversidade, avisou hoje a associação ambientalista Quercus, alertando para a vulnerabilidade dos ecossistemas às secas e incêndios devido à subida das temperaturas.(...)

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Sete distritos em alerta Amarelo

Sete distritos do Norte e centro de Portugal continental estão hoje em alerta Amarelo devido à previsão de chuvas, por vezes fortes, de acordo com o Instituto de Meteorologia (IM).

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Autarca recusa

Autarca recusa entrar para a história do PSD

O presidente da Câmara de Oliveira do Hospital recusou fazer parte da história do PSD local. (…)

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Polícia inglesa pede fotos

A Polícia inglesa fez ontem um apelo aos turistas que passaram férias no Ocean Clube, na Praia da Luz, para que forneçam as fotografias tiradas junto ao aldeamento, dias antes de Madeleine ter desaparecido. A ideia, segundo apurou o JN, é verificar se surge alguém que esteja já referenciado na base de dados policiais do Reino Unido. "Todas as ajudas são bem-vindas", frisou fonte policial. As imagens recolhidas nos dias seguintes ao desaparecimento da menina de quatro anos, junto ao aldeamento estão também a ser analisadas, bem como todas as relações pessoais e profissionais que Robert Murat, o único arguido neste caso, manteve antes e depois do desaparecimento

segunda-feira, 21 de maio de 2007

O terceiro amigo de Murat

A chave do crime pode estar na Romigen e a Polícia Judiciária investiga Genaro Gonzalez, estrangeiro que dá nome à imobiliária on-line com Robert ...

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Mostra gastronómica em Sabugueiro

Mostra gastronómica em Sabugueiro

A serra da Estrela tem muito para oferecer além da neve. É por isso que a Associação de (…)

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Alterações no clima trarão pandemias

Alterações no clima trarão pandemias

Como será Portugal daqui a poucas décadas, quando o clima e as temperaturas forem semelhantes às que se verificam hoje em Marrocos como consequência do aquecimento global? As certezas sobre esta estimativa feita por vários especialistas, já para 2050, são reduzidas, mas em termos médico-sanitários há poucas dúvidas. Muitas das pandemias localizadas noutras partes do mundo podem surgir na Europa.

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PJ pode reforçar meios na busca por Madeleine

PJ pode reforçar meios na busca por Madeleine

As operações da PJ para encontrar Madeleine poderão vir a ser reforçadas com novos inspectores, segundo adiantou ao JN uma fonte policial, isto apesar de aspectos importantes da investigação - a análise de listagens de chamadas telefónicas e de contas bancárias - nada terem acrescentado de significativo. Sabe-se também já que nas buscas efectuadas em casa de Robert Murat os cães da GNR não terão encontrado vestígios da presença da menina. 02:00h

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Madeleine's father to fly home

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The father of missing Madeleine McCann is set to fly to the UK to make arrangements for the international campaign to find his daughter.

Gerry McCann is expected to spend just over 24 hours away from his wife Kate and twin children Sean and Amelie in the family's first time apart since Madeleine's abduction.

Mr McCann is making the visit to deal with "personal matters" as well as to meet organisers of the Find Madeleine fund.

Mrs McCann will remain at the family's temporary holiday apartment in Praia da Luz where they continue to wait for news of the four-year-old who was snatched from her bed 17 days ago.

Mr McCann is expected to be back by his wife's side on Tuesday morning.

A spokeswoman for the family in Portugal said: "He will be talking to the people who are organising the fund."

Although it will be the first time the couple, who have repeatedly stood together hand in hand appealing for their daughter's return, have been separated since the abduction the spokeswoman emphasised that Mr McCann was returning to Britain to do "positive" things.

She said: "He's very focussed, he is going out there for very practical reasons and he's going to get back here as quickly as he can."

It is thought that the visit would enable the couple to set matters in order to enable them to stay in Portugal for the foreseeable future while they wait for Madeleine's return.

Last week Mrs McCann said that she "couldn't even consider" leaving Portugal at present.

Earleir, new photographs of Kate and Gerry McCann have showed how they are trying to maintain a sense of normality while the search for their four-year-old daughter goes on.

The family is seen smiling as they eat lunch, read books play with their two-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.

Kate McCann is seen wearing yellow and green ribbons in her hair as a sign of hope for daughter Madeleine's safe return, while Gerry McCann wears yellow and green wristbands.

A spokesman said the family was drawing strength for the enormous support shown from across the world - including over 94 million hits on a special website created to help find the girl, while a video appealing for help was shown to 90,000 fans at Saturday's FA Cup final.

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Wembley appeal for Madeleine

Wembley appeal for Madeleine

Keeping one eye on Britain's FA cup final on Saturday was Madeleine McCann, the four year old missing since May the third from her Portugese holiday home. Her face was beamed down over the pitch ahead of the kickoff. With its worldwide television audience it was a perfect occasion for the campaign launched by her parents to get Maddy's picture out...

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Testemunhas viram Murat

Testemunhas viram Muratna noite do desaparecimento

Várias pessoas colocam suspeito perto do apartamento da pequena Madeleine. Reconhecimento feito através de fotografias. Especialistas criticam média por excessos na cobertura noticiosa e temem amplificação dos medos.

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PSP encontra menina raptada em Málaga

Vila Real de Santo António

A polícia capturou o alegado raptor e entregou a menina à Segurança Social.

A PSP recuperou, em Vila Real de Santo António, uma menina de 11 anos, raptada durante a madrugada de sábado, na cidade espanhola de Málaga. Já de manhã, agentes da polícia, interpelaram um carro que lhes pareceu suspeito. O condutor da viatura, um homem de 20 anos e alegado raptor da menina, pôs-se em fuga. Após uma perseguição o suspeito foi detido na Estrada Nacional 22, que liga Vila Real de Santo António a Castro Marim. A polícia portuguesa não tinha ainda recebido qualquer alerta por parte das autoridades espanholas.

A menina desapareceu de Málaga quando se encontrava sozinha a ouvir música no banco traseiro do carro dos pais, que na altura estava numa festa. O alegado raptor encontra-se detido e vai ser presente no Tribunal de Vila Real de Santo António, na segunda-feira. A menina foi entregue à Segurança Social, até ser providenciada a devolução aos pais.

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Mais uma crianca raptada

PSP recupera menina sequestrada em Espanha

A PSP recuperou uma menina de 11 anos alegadamente raptada durante a madrugada na cidade espanhola de Málaga, após uma perseguição no Algarve na qual foi detido o suspeito do rapto.

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PSP recupera menina sequestrada em Espanha

PSP recupera menina sequestrada em Espanha

A PSP recuperou uma menina de 11 anos alegadamente raptada durante a madrugada na cidade espanhola de Málaga, após uma perseguição no Algarve na qual foi detido o suspeito do rapto.

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Police deny UK Madeleine searches

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British police have denied that Portuguese officers investigating the disappearance of four-year-old Madeleine McCann were "searching" in England.

A source close to the Portuguese police investigation said earlier that officers from the Policia Judiciaria (PJ) had travelled to Britain and were this weekend searching for evidence.

But a British police spokeswoman clarified that the sole PJ officer who had been sent to Britain was only acting as a liaison point in the Leicester incident room.

She denied that Portuguese police were carrying out "searches" in Britain and said she was not aware of any plans to sent a larger team of PJ officers to Britain.

At least one of the searches in Portugal involved a police diver, but it is believed that nothing was found.

Details have emerged of a sighting of a young girl matching Madeleine's description in Morocco last week. But the Portuguese source said reported sightings of Madeleine in North Africa had been investigated without success.

He said that the size of the rewards on offer for information about Madeleine's disappearance - totalling over £2.5 million - had hampered the police investigation.

He said: "If you have very much money to give about the abduction of a child, you have more sources and you have more people who go to you and say, 'I have seen the girl'. So the police must go there and confirm or deny the suspect."

It is 16 days since Madeleine was abducted as she slept in her bed in her parents' holiday apartment in the seaside village of Praia da Luz, Portugal.

More than 75 million people around the world have expressed their support for Madeleine's family by visiting their official website, while a video asking for support and information was screened at Wembley Stadium before the FA Cup Final on Saturday.

The clip, which has the soundtrack of the Simple Minds hit Don't You Forget About Me, was earlier screened at the Uefa Cup final between Sevilla and Espanyol in Glasgow on Wednesday.

It is 16 days since Madeleine was abducted as she slept in her bed in her parents' holiday apartment in the seaside village of Praia da Luz, Portugal.

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