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WA man awarded honorary degree for his role in Thailand cave rescue

A Perth vet has been awarded an honorary degree by Murdoch University for his role in the rescue of 12 children and their soccer coach who were trapped in a flooded Thailand cave.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Thai cave rescue diver sues Elon Musk over 'pedo' comments

British diver Vernon Unsworth, who helped rescue 12 boys from a Thai cave, is suing Elon Musk for defamation after the Tesla CEO called him a "pedo" in a tweet.
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Report: Elon Musk Sued By Thai Cave Rescue Diver [Video]Report: Elon Musk Sued By Thai Cave Rescue Diver

Elon Musk is reportedly being sued by Vernon Unsworth, the cave rescue diver.

Geo Beats -   00:31

Boys Trapped In Thailand Cave Thank World For Generosity, Care [Video]Boys Trapped In Thailand Cave Thank World For Generosity, Care

The boys spoke at a new exhibit in Thailand that allows visitors to see what it was like for the boys to be trapped in the flooded cave.

CBS 3 Philly -   01:35

Thai Boys Trapped In Cave Honored By Prime Minister [Video]Thai Boys Trapped In Cave Honored By Prime Minister

Thailand's Prime Minister hosted a lavish ceremony to honor the 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach and the rescuers who helped extract them from a cave this summer. The boys and their coach spent..

Wochit News -   00:35

Tesla bond hits record low, stock slips as investor worry deepens [Video]Tesla bond hits record low, stock slips as investor worry deepens

Tesla's stock and bond prices dropped on Wednesday after Chief Executive Elon Musk renewed an attack on a British caver whom he had previously insulted on social media and a day after Mercedes unveiled..

Reuters Studio -   01:47

Thai cave rescue volunteers board buses to attend mass ceremony [Video]Thai cave rescue volunteers board buses to attend mass ceremony

Volunteers involved with the rescue of 13 youths from a cave in northern Thailand set off on buses bound for Bangkok on September 5, where they will be honoured for their efforts in a ceremony.

Rumble -   01:55

Elon Musk May Be Getting Sued By Thai Cave Diver He Called A ‘Pedo’ [Video]Elon Musk May Be Getting Sued By Thai Cave Diver He Called A ‘Pedo’

In a recent Twitter exchange, one user called out Tesla founder Elon Musk for calling a British cave diver helping in the Thai cave rescue a pedophile.

Veuer -   00:45

 

Diver in Thai cave rescue sues Elon Musk

British diver Vernon Unsworth, who helped rescue 12 boys from a flooded Thai cave, is suing Tesla boss Elon Musk for accusing him of being a pedophile.
SBS

Elon Musk sued for defamation for calling Thai cave rescuer a paedophile

One of the divers involved in the Thai cave rescue is seeking compensatory and punitive damages for Musk's comments about him.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Thai cave rescue: Stateless boys granted citizenship

Thailand Wednesday granted citizenship to stateless members of the football team rescued from a cave last month in a saga which gripped the world.
SBS

Will Thailand act on statelessness after cave rescue exposed crisis?

The exact number of stateless people in Thailand is unknown but it is likely more than two million.
SBS

Thai cave heroes honoured for saving lives

Nine Australian heroes involved in the Thai cave rescue have been publicly honoured for their life-saving roles in the daring mission.
SBS

Double honours for brave Thai cave heroes

Cave diving specialists Dr Richard Harris and Dr Craig Challen are receiving rare double honours in recognition for their work in the recent Thai cave rescue.
SBS

Accolades for Aussie cave rescue heroes

Nine Australians involved in the Thai cave rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach will be honoured during a special reception at Government House in Canberra.
SBS

Voters get reprieve ahead of by-elections

Australia's political leaders will hit 'pause' on their campaigns ahead of five by-elections this weekend to honour Aussies involved in the Thai cave rescue.
SBS

Curiosity comes with a warning after cave rescue

After watching the Thai cave rescue unfold, many people have probably decided that caves are dangerous places that no ordinary person would want to go near. But cavers aren't ordinary people.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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