Thailand's cave boys wake up at home for first time in weeks

Thailand's cave boys wake up at home for first time in weeksBy Amy Sawitta Lefevre CHIANG RAI, Thailand (Reuters) – Thailand’s rescued cave boys woke up in their own homes for the first time in more than three weeks on Thursday, with many rising at dawn to take part in a religious ceremony. During a national TV broadcast they smiled, joked and showed solidarity with one another, as they shared details of their traumatic experience inside the flooded Tham Luang cave complex. On Thursday, some of the boys and their relatives took part in religious ceremonies at Mae Sai’s Wat Pha That Doi Wao temple – an ancient temple with scenic views of the surrounding countryside.


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  1. Thailand cave rescue: Boys, coach discharged nearly a month after first going missing  CNN
  2. Thai soccer team members who were trapped in cave leave hospital  USA TODAY
  3. Thai cave boys leave hospital ahead of press conference  Yahoo News
  4. Time to stop wringing rescue story  Bangkok Post
  5. Terrifying details of Thai cave rescue revealed by divers  Fox News
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