Stateless and Poor, Some Thai Boys in Cave Had Already Beaten Long Odds – New York Times

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MAE SAI, Thailand — Adul Sam-on, 14, has never been a stranger to peril. At age 6, Adul had already escaped a territory in Myanmar known for guerrilla warfare, opium cultivation and methamphetamine trafficking. His parents slipped him into Thailand
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