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Divers completed their rescue mission Tuesday by safely removing the last five members of a Thai youth soccer team from a cave. The 12 boys and their coach are now hospitalized after being trapped in the cave for more than two weeks. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner joins CBSN from Chiang Rai, Thailand, with more on their conditions and how the rescue was carried out.

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