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Miracle of ‘Wild Boars’ rescue transforms Thai cave into tourist draw

For a few dollars tourists can get framed photos at the site, pick up posters of the footballers and take home a souvenir t-shirt

Editorial: Cave boys saga brought out the best in us

'That familiar confluence of triumph and tragedy is what builds our ability to understand and share the feelings of each other'

Thais rejoice at success of dramatic cave rescue

The nerve-shredding three-day mission ended on Tuesday with the final group of four boys and the coach emerging from the cave

All 12 boys and football coach rescued from cave — Thai Navy SEALs

All the young boys and their football coach have been rescued from the Tham Luang cave following a harrowing 18 day ordeal

11 out of Thai cave, hopes rise all will survive

Two more were still inside the cave but authorities were confident of getting them out by Tuesday evening through a claustrophobic network of tunnels

Thai cave rescue bid enters day two: 8 boys have been rescued

Looming rain was one of the main enemies of the operation, threatening to flood the cave complex in mountainous northern Thailand

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