- The second phase of the rescue operation to free the stranded Thai soccer team is underway.
- One boy was rescued Monday, the Thai navy confirmed.
- Reporters have since said three more have been rescued.
- Four other members of the team were successfully extracted Sunday.
- In all, 12 boys and their coach had been stuck in the Tham Luang cave network since June 23, when water levels partially flooded the escape routes.
Rescue divers have headed back inside a flooded cave complex in northern Thailand to rescue more members of the stranded soccer team — and appear to have made their first rescue of the day.
- Efforts to rescue the trapped Thai soccer team are about to get hit with 8 days of monsoon rain that will make it even harder to get them out
- The Thai soccer team got trapped in a cave because of an initiation ceremony gone wrong, according to one of the rescue divers
- The Thai soccer players trapped in a cave are getting a fiber-optic cable installed so they can go online