The twelve teenagers and their football coach have been trapped inside the Tham Luang cave complex for more than two weeks.
As the 12 Thai boys trapped in a cave send emotional letters to their parents the Thai authorities say that rains threaten further flooding in the coming weeks
The 12 boys and their football coach have written letters to their parents in their first communication since being trapped by flood waters on June 23.
FIFA's president has expressed his hopes for the coach and the boys' rescue in time for the World Cup final, which he invited them to attend.
This morning on Good Morning Europe, we report on the tragic news of the death of a former Thai Navy SEAL. Samarn Kunan, 38, perished while assisting with rescue efforts in Chiang Rai, where 12 boys and their football coach have been trapped underground for more than 13 days.
At least 20 people have died after a boat carrying over a hundred passengers capsized near the island of Phuket in Thailand on Thursday
A former elite diver from Thailand’s navy has died after bringing oxygen into the flooded cave network where a youth football team and their coach are still trapped.
French divers offer to help Thai cave rescue
A diver supporting the rescue operation of a Thai football team trapped in a flooded cave said on Wednesday that the boys had been practicing wearing diving masks and breathing
New videos released by The Royal Thai navy shows 12 boys and their football coach who are trapped in a cave in the northern Chiang Rai province.
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Will the boys have to learn how to dive or wait until water levels subside in order to exit the cave they've been trapped in for the last 10 days?
More rain is forecast as the 12 boys and coach remain in the cavern.
The 12 boys and their football coach were discovered sheltering on a ridge in a network of Thai caves. Weak, struggling to adjust to bright light and tackling flood waters, they may not be able to leave for weeks.
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Rescuers in Thailand are still searching for a group of 12 boys and their football coach who went to explore a cave complex prone to flooding
Nine elephants, painted with flags of countries competing in the 2018 event in Russia, played a 15-minute football match to raise awareness against illegal gambling
UK intelligence services helped the CIA abduct Abdul Hakim Belhadj and his then-pregnant wife in 2004 from Thailand to return them to Tripoli, where Abdul was tortured. Now Britain has admitted its mistake and paid compensation.
A Thai water-throwing festival, a show of Russian military skills and the UK's bizarre wife-carrying competition were all on the cards this week in Euronews' No Comment programme.
Earlier this month, Choochart Supkerd, 63, graduated from a school for the elderly that started last year in Ayutthaya Province, north of Bangkok. It was for him one of the most important and memorable days of his life.
The annual Songkran festival kicked off in Thailand on Thursday. With the temperatures soaring to almost 40 celsius, people celebrated by having a water fight.
A new report by Human Rights Watch urges the EU to do more to bring an end to abuses in Thailand’s fishing industry.
A bomb that exploded in a market in Thailand's southern province of Yala killed 3 people and injured at least 18 said a security official.
Twenty-six people had to flee the burning ship.
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A group of elephants have been getting into the festive spirit, dressing up as Santa Claus and handing out gifts to students at Jirasartwitthaya school.