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A year later, Thailand's rescued 'cave boys' honor diver who died

Reuters Monday, 24 June 2019
A Thai soccer team trapped in a cave last year for 17 days returned there on Monday to perform Buddhist rituals honoring a former navy diver killed in the dramatic effort to rescue them that captivated the world.
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It's been one year since 12 Thai soccer players and their 25-year-old coach were rescued from a cave after being trapped inside with little food or water for 17 days. The harrowing ordeal captured the world's attention, and the young boys became celebrities almost overnight. Business INsider reports...

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