"Intense media scrutiny might act as a reminder of their traumatic experience and prevent them from settling back to normal life", he said.
"That fact that you have got a living, breathing little tiny person that you are in charge of and you are very limited as to what you can to do help them - and it is a two-hour journey out of the cave... it was taxing."
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"They had already been doing the most extraordinary dives through the cave and laying the very robust rope which made all subsequent dives to the soccer team not only possible, but safe", he wrote.
But speaking to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull via FaceTime, Dr Harris said the "big heroes" were the 12 children themselves, and the Thai Navy SEAL divers who looked after them in the cave.
Two boys who are part of the team but were not present for ill-fated hike told ABC News that going into the cave was a sort of rite of passage and team-building exercise. The survivors expressed their thanks to the Thai Navy Seal by bowing to his picture.
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Rosenstein said there is no allegation that U.S. citizens were involved in the alleged crimes described in the indictment . The Kremlin, meanwhile, denied anew that it tried to sway the election.
"He loved helping others, doing charity work and getting things done", she said.
Another said: 'Words can't even describe how proud this guy makes me feel to be Australian.
The health minister believes that the boys will be released from the hospital this coming Thursday, then being able to go home to rejoin their families.
Deep inside the cave system, Dr Harris administered a mild sedative to the boys, ensuring the inexperienced swimmers didn't panic in the water, The Daily Telegraph reported.
"I want pork knuckle rice", said Duangpetch Promtep, 13.
The coach also dug them into the muddy wall to keep warm and sleep.
The 12 boys who were trapped in a cave in northern Thailand for nearly three weeks paid tribute to the Navy SEAL who lost his life during the rescue operation.
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Nearby houses were damaged. "Our message to Hamas is that we can and will enhance the intensity of our effort if needed", he said. Israel's army said Saturday's strikes targeted military facilities belonging to Hamas. "Bombardment for bombardment", he said.
Adul is perhaps the best known of the boys because he was the one speaking English in the video taken inside the cave when the team members were first found by two British cave divers July 2, almost 10 days after being trapped by flooding.
Thai navy SEALs guided each boy one-by-one along the 2.5-mile route.
Some talked about what they would like to eat and another said "thank you" in English.
Prior to this, the boys, aged between 11 and 16 years old, had no idea that the diver had died.
They also acknowledged the "vast number" of military and civilian participants who helped in the operation, along with their Australian colleagues.
His death came at a pivotal moment in the rescue operation, as teams ramped up their efforts to free the boys ahead of forecast monsoonal rain and dropping oxygen levels in the cave.
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Anderson took a tumble but managed to get to his feet and hit a left-handed shot inside the baseline, taking the point for 0-30. As expected in a match between very tall men with booming serves, the first three sets were decided in tiebreakers.