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  • British caver Vernon Unsworth says considering legal action after Elon Musk ‘pedo’ tweet

    Bangkok: A British caver who helped rescue 12 boys from a Thai cave today said he may take legal action against Elon Musk after the entrepreneur called him a “pedo”. Tesla CEO Musk launched the extraordinary tirade against Vernon Unsworth without providing any justification or explanation, after the cave expert slammed his offer of a miniature submarine to extract the footballers from the Tham Luang cave as a “PR stunt”.

  • Two movies on ‘Thai cave rescue’ in the works

    Washington D.C.: Hollywood is all set for big-screen adaptations of the ‘Thai Cave Rescue’, with the dramatic mission being the subject of not just one, but two competing movie makers. After Pure Flix Entertainment had announced that they are seeking the movie rights for the Thai cave rescue operation, ‘Now You See Me 2’ director Jon M. Chu and Ivanhoe Pictures are also mulling to team up for the same, confirmed Variety.

  • Thai cave rescue: A miraculous rescue

    Miracles do happen, don’t they? One such the world witnessed in northern Thailand when a young football team of boys between 11 and 16 along with their 25-year-old coach found itself trapped deep inside a cave in shoulder-high rain waters but was most miraculously saved by a daring rescue act undertaken by a multinational task force of specialist cave divers. As the world sat on the edge, glued to the television screens

  • Thai cave rescue: Movie to be made on the successful rescue of 12 boys

    Washington D.C.: Hollywood has arrived at the foothills of the mountain cave in Thailand as it plans to create a movie on ‘Thai Cave Rescue‘. Pure Flix Entertainment is seeking the movie rights of the mission that saw the rescue of a dozen boys who were trapped deep within a labyrinth, confirmed Variety.

  • Thai Cave rescue: All 12 boys, coach evacuated on Day 3 of rescue ops

    Mae Sai (Thailand): The final five members of a young football team were rescued from a flooded Thai cave today after spending 18 harrowing days trapped deep inside, completing an astonishing against-the-odds rescue mission that captivated the world.

  • Thai cave rescue: 11th boy rescued safety, two more boys still inside

    Mae Sai (Thailand): Three more people were rescued from a flooded Thai cave today, officials said, bringing to 11 the number saved and raising hopes all members of the young football team who became trapped 18 days ago would survive. Two more were still inside the cave but authorities were confident of getting them out by this evening through a claustrophobic network of tunnels that in some places

  • Thai cave rescue: Elon Musk drops mini sized submarine, rescuers say, ‘no, thank you’

    Earlier billionaire Elon Musk has offered to help to rescue the children who are trapped in Tham Luang cave. And now Elon just dropped off a miniature submarine he hoped might help with the ongoing rescue operation of the Wild Boar soccer team. Twelve member of the team and a coach became trapped on June 23, although rescuers managed to free the first eight boys on Sunday and Monday.

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    Thailand Cave Rescue: Nearly half of trapped soccer team brought out alive

    Bangkok: It was a rigorous test of human endurance. Sixteen days after being trapped 800 metres below ground, which is the equivalent of two Empire State Buildings on top of one another, nearly half of the football team holed up inside a flooded Thai cave has been brought out alive.

  • Thailand Cave Rescue: World prays for lives of 13 trapped victims inside Tham Luang cave

    The whole world is praying for a football team of young boys of Thailand, who are trapped inside Tham Luang cave along with their coach. Thai authorities have been involved in the rescue operation for these 13 people, who have been stuck in the case for almost two weeks. The incident occurred when the team of 12 boys along with their coach went inside the Tham Luang cave situated in Northern Thailand

  • Ex-Navy Seal officer dies during rescue operations in Thailand cave

    Mae Sai: A former military diver has died after running out of oxygen while assisting in the rescue of 12 boys and their football coach trapped inside a cave in Thailand, an official said today. His death highlights the perils of the operation to extract the team from deep inside the waterlogged cave, raising questions about the feasibility of bringing youngsters out the same way.