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‘Mu Pa’ boys vow to honour Saman’s sacrifice
THE MU PA Academy boys were shocked and saddened when told of the death of a former Navy SEAL during the recent marathon operation to rescue them from the flooded Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai’s Mae Sai district.

Phuket hit as Chinese cancel room bookings
Tourism industry seeks tough measures to protect reputation after boat tragedy

‘Ja Sam’ to be memorialised at proposed cave art centre, also seen as a tourist attraction
A NEW ART exhibition centre is being considered for a site outside Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai, along with a statue of the former Navy SEAL diver Saman Kunan who died during the mission to rescue the Wild Boars football team.

FDA recalls blood-pressure drugs due to cancer-risk ingredient
THE FOOD and Drug Administration (FDA) has recalled immediately five registered drugs to control blood pressure because of a potentially dangerous key ingredient.

‘We want justice, not money’
RELATIVES of victims of extra-judicial killings have demanded justice, not money, as compensation for their losses.

Road map sought to deal with crisis
Lessons to learn from cave saga, say experts

Psychiatrists fret over attention, ‘rewards’ showering on boys
CHILD PSYCHIATRISTS have advised that the boys rescued from the Chiang Mai cave be left alone to get back to normal, warning that fame and being granted special privileges could cause lasting harm.

‘No fast-tracking of citizenship’ for rescued four
Mae sai District chief says will follow rules

Emotional cave boys pledge to be good after being told of Navy Seal’s rescue death
The Mu Pa boys were shocked and sad when told of the death of a former Navy SEAL l during the recent marathon operation to rescue them from Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai province.

Royally sponsored cremation held for cave hero Saman
His Majesty the King on Saturday sent Privy Councillor General Surayud Chulanont to preside over the royally sponsored cremation of Lieutenant Commander Saman Gunan who died during the Tham Luang rescue operation.

Ministry wants to fast-track school director appointments
With some 4,000 public schools having no directors, the education minister has set up a special committee to amend rules so that their appointments could be speeded up.

King grants posthumous promotion to Saman
His Majesty the King has granted graciously a posthumous promotion to a former Navy SEAL diver who lost his life during the mission to rescue the 13 footballers stranded in the Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai.

Hospital releases video of ‘Wild Boars’ expressing gratitude
The Chiangrai Prachanukroh Hospital on Saturday released a video clip on its Facebook page showing the 12 Mu Pa (Wild Boar) Academy footballers and their coach thanking everyone for their concern and help in rescuing them.

Thousands of volunteers join Tham Luang ‘Big Cleaning’ activity
Some 4,000 volunteers joined the "Big Cleaning" day activity initiated by His Majesty the King at Tham Luang in Chiang Rai province on Saturday morning to restore its natural beauty.

‘Wild Boars’ likely to be discharged on Thursday
The 12 Mu Pa (Wild Boar) Academy footballers and their coach will all be discharged from hospital on Thursday, Public Health Minister Dr Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn said on Saturday.

EXCLUSIVE: Cave saga EXPOSES FLAWS
EXPERTS SAY WHILE IT IS NECESSARY TO UPGRADE EQUIPMENT, GREATER EMPHASIS MUST BE LAID ON PREVENTION MEASURES

Brit diver tells of ‘massive relief’ at spotting boys
The British diver who found the 12 boys and their coach trapped alive in the flooded cave has described his feelings as “massive relief”, as he counted them one by one, sparking a rescue bid unprecedented in its daring and complexity.

Team’s one-hour trip turned into life-threatening ordeal
The planned hour-long visit to the Tham Luang cave by a football team on June 23 turned into an 18-day ordeal that fixated the country and the world and triggered a daring multinational rescue operation.

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE’ COMPLETED IN 17 DAYS
The operation to rescue the 12 teen footballers and their assistant coach from the local Wild Boars team trapped inside the flooded Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai began a day after they went missing on June 23.

Youngsters inspire living museum
Turning Tham Luang Cave into a tourist destination will not be easy, experts warn



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