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Rescue operation to save children trapped in Thai cave continues

In Thailand, rescue workers are continuing with their risky operation with the hope of rescuing the eight boys and their football coach, who have been trapped underground in a cave for more than two weeks.

Yesterday, four of the children were rescued.  During the night, the rescue operation had to be stopped because the oxygen tanks had to be re-filled. Because of the fear of more flooding, the operation is in full force in order to get the boys out.  90 professional divers, 50 of whom are from outside the country, are helping out in this rescue operation.

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