The Philippines on Friday joined the worldwide community in rejoicing with Thailand after the daring rescue of 12 members of a boys soccer team and their coach in a flooded cave complex in the northern part of the country.
Thai rescuers vowed to take a "no risk" approach to freeing 12 boys and their football coach from a flooded cave, as fresh video emerged on July 4 showing the team in good spirits following their astonishing discovery nine days after going missing.
Meanwhile, the boys and their coach yesterday greeted the world for the first time from Chiangrai Prachanukroh Hospital in a video clip released by the Public Health Ministry.
The story of the entrapment of the boys and their coach in the cave and their dramatic rescue has captivated people around the world.
Ekapol has gained back weight quickly and is physically well, but he is the one psychiatrists are most concerned about protecting from any mental angst, according to Piyasakol.
All are expected to leave hospital on Thursday.
The boys, ages 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old coach had planned to explore the Tham Luang cave complex for about an hour after practice June 23. Two divers were needed to bring out each of the boys.
It was hard for the team to sleep on the ledge where they were stranded as it was so small, she said.
A hospital statement said that as the boys continue to recover, they remain susceptible to infectious disease.
The search and rescue teams sedated and transported them in stretchers underwater while navigating the flooded sections towards the exit.
Officials are specifically anxious about any possible mental duress suffered by the team's coach, 25-year-old Ekkapol "Ake" Chantawong, ABC News reported.
Mr Jewell said: "Our role was to help transport the boys under water through the cave to bring them out". I am very thank you for help me.
The pair are both members of the South and Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team.
Duangpetch Promtep, 13, said: "Thank you for all the moral support".
Doctors say they are in good health following the successful three-day operation which ended July 10 when teams of Thai Navy Seals and worldwide cave diving experts hauled the last five members of the team to safety.
The head of the rescue mission, Narongsak Osottanakorn, has stated that the world should remember him as the true hero of the 17-day operation.
Anderson had break points in the 15th, 21st and 35th games of the decider before taking victory when a tired Isner hit long. Anderson's fifth set alone lasted almost 3 hours as his semifinal became a test of endurance more than skill.
It prompted Mr Trump to say it made him "feel unwelcome" in the city, on his second day of a four-day United Kingdom visit. While Trump did meet with the Queen on Saturday, his visit has done little to fix his negative image in the U.K.
Kevin Anderson has overturned a two-set deficit to defeat Roger Federer in the Wimbledon quarter-finals. It's one of those average days when you have to try to win the match, and I just couldn't get it done".
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he expected Donald Trump to show some "political will" to move towards normalising relations. Trump said he did not think Russian Federation would have invaded Crimea if he had been in the White House at the time.
Lloris admitted that, the Belgium team is the best busting with talent and they have to be at their very best to cause an upset. The Hastings man said: "Eleven hours on the computer and I finally bagged myself the golden ticket".
France , Belgium, Croatia and England will play in the semifinals to be recognized as the planet's best national soccer team. Kane, England's "most ruthless player", should not bear the blame for his missed opportunity, though, says Carragher.
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