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Israel helping in Thai Cave rescue and updates

We all have our eyes on the Thai cave rescue operation.

Here is an update, as well coverage of Israeli involvement in the rescue.

Latest update:

MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) — Divers have begun the third phase of the rescue of a youth soccer team trapped more than two weeks in a flooded cave in northern Thailand and aim to bring out the last four boys and their coach Tuesday, the top rescue official said.

The eight boys brought out by divers over the previous two days are in “high spirits” and have strong immune systems because they are soccer players, a senior health official said. Doctors were being cautious because of the infection risk and were isolating the boys in the hospital. Click on here to read more.

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Rescuers use Israeli technology in Thai cave rescueClick on here.


CHIANG RAI, Thailand:

Heavy rain hit northern Thailand late on Saturday, worsening conditions at the cave where rescuers were waging a “war with water and time” to save 12 trapped boys and their soccer coach, with a rescue possible within days.

Israel’s Ambassador to Thailand Meir Shlomo went to the site Saturday to see if and how Israel could help in the rescue operations.

“I was asked by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to come and see how Israel can help its friend Thailand,” he said.

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Israel’s Ambassador to Thailand Meir Shlomo on Saturday visited the site of rescue efforts at the Tham Luang cave complex, where 12 Thai boys and their football coach have been trapped since June 23.

Shlomo said he had come at the request of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “to see how Israel can help its friend Thailand.”

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