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> Thank you so much for getting the boys out. I'm so proud of the former Navy SEAL who sacrificed his life.>> The good news even caught the attention of audiences at the soccer World Cup in Russia. Shortly after the French win against Belgium, that took France to the World Cup final, French midfielder, Paul Pogba, Tweeted, this victory goes to the heroes of the day, well done boys.
That's according to Thai doctors in charge of their recovery on Wednesday.>>
A team of elite divers and Thai Navy SEALs rescued the last 4 of 12 boys, and their soccer coach on Tuesday, from deep inside the flooded cave.>>
>> It brought to an end three days of daring back to back rescue missions that safely brought all 13 Wild Boars to the surface.
Officials in charge of the epic rescue thanked the help that had arrived from around the world.>>
>> The ordeal has dominated headlines in Thailand, with newspapers splashing the words mission accomplished across their front pages. And the news had people all around their country overjoyed.>>
The rescue ends a remarkable 17-day ordeal for the team. They were trapped on June 23rd when a sudden downpour flooded the cave, while they were exploring it after soccer practice.