CHIANG RAI, Thailand (The Straits Times/Reuters/AFP): One of the 12 boys dramatically rescued from deep inside a Thai cave said Wednesday (July 18) that the moment they were found by British divers was a "miracle".
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CHIANG RAI: Twelve boys and their football coach rescued from a cave in Thailand will leave hospital Wednesday and speak to the media for the first time, a government spokesman said.
BANGKOK: Thailand gave diplomatic immunity to three Australians who helped a boys’ soccer team escape from a flooded cave, in case ”something went wrong”, its foreign minister have announced.
MAE SAI (Thailand): The 12 boys and coach of the Wild Boars football team who were rescued from a cave in Thailand last week share a characteristic with many of the professional European clubs its youthful members idolise: They are a multiethnic, cross-border crew.
Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un berated officials during inspections of a factory, power station and holiday camp, state media reported, with analysts saying the reports show nuclear-armed Pyongyang’s desire to focus on economic development.
TOKYO: Japan and the United States have extended their nuclear pact as Tokyo pledged to work to reduce its plutonium stockpile to address Washington’s concern.
YANGON: An international human rights group is calling on Myanmar’s government to expedite restitution for past illegal confiscations of land, detailing how land seizures are still hurting farmers in Myanmar even under the civilian-led government of Aung San Suu Kyi.