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'Mission Impossible' Completed In 17 Days

By Pradit Phulsarikij 
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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.

 

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Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30350044

 

 
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Much more interesting than the rather boring World Cup. I was glad to have something to watch, rather than be swamped by World Cup news and games. 

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For a moment, I thought they were referring to a movie about a running midget with an interest in Scientology. 

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The sad thing now is if a movie will be made? Its not a solicitor that will be needed but a forensic auditor; who agreed to use was it John Woo? or who ever. What are the % going back to the families, the Thai Seals, Cave diving in Thailand and management, the areas of Chiang Rai and Mae Si?

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