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Scotland Yard is to begin questioning four formal suspects in the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, ITV News understands.
Officers will begin questioning the four people - identified as arguidos, meaning formal suspects - tomorrow at a police station in Faro, Portugal.
Eight key witnesses will also be questioned.
The three-year-old vanished while holidaying with her parents in Praia da Luz in 2007.
Thomas Muller scored a hat-trick as Germany produced a stunning display to crush Portugal 4-0 in their opening World Cup match.
The three-time World Champions took the lead through Muller's penalty.
Mats Hummel's header made it 2-0, before Portuguese defender Pepe was sent off for headbutting Muller in the first-half.
The Bayern Munich forward grabbed a second and completed his hat-trick after tapping in Andre Schurrle's cross.
USA and Ghana, the remaining sides in Group G, meet in the Estadio das Dunas later tonight.
For more reaction to Germany's stunning start, visit the ITV World Cup site
Kate and Gerry McCann have said they are "very pleased" that significant activity has taken place in Praia da Luz over the last 10 days.
The McCanns said the fact that no trace of their daughter Madeleine has been found reinforces their belief that she could still be alive.
Police investigating the disappearance of Madeline McCann say there is 'still a substantial amount of work to be completed in the coming weeks and months' as they continue their search.
The investigation, dubbed Operation Grange, has so far failed to find any new evidence relating to the youngster despite scouring a 'horse shaped' shaped piece of waste ground west of Praia da Luz for eight days.
They said they were acting on 'just one hypothesis that she was killed and buried locally.'
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "This was the first phase of the investigation which has been agreed with the Portuguese. More activity has been agreed and we expect that to commence shortly.
"There is still a substantial amount of work yet to be completed in the coming weeks and months, which again should be viewed as no more than normal operational activity in a case of this size and complexity. "
The deployment is the "largest ever undertaken by UK police overseas in a case of this type" with a total of 60,000 square metres of land searched, including all utilities, drainage channels and derelict buildings.