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ABOARD THE USS LABOON—It was just after 9 p.m. when radar operators aboard this U.S. Navy destroyer in the Red Sea spotted a tiny arrow on their screens: a missile hurtling toward them at five times the speed of sound.

The crew of the warship with 300 sailors aboard had just seconds to shoot it down. As the projectile closed in, the Laboon launched an interceptor from silos beneath its deck, destroying the incoming missile in flight.

Analysis | Without Israel-Hamas Deal, Gaza Fighting Will Aimlessly Drag On, and the North Could Plunge Into Full-scale War MikeRivero

After tarrying for almost two weeks, Hamas finally delivered its response to the latest Israeli-American offer for a hostage deal. Not surprisingly, Hamas continues to demand a total cessation of hostilities in the Gaza Strip, as well as international guarantees that Israel will abide by its commitments, two things it will apparently not receive.

Yemen uncovers large Israeli-US spy network MikeRivero

The Yemeni Security Forces uncovered a large espionage network operated by American and Israeli intelligence agencies, the agency announced Monday.

Officials revealed that the network had been active within various institutions in Yemen since 2015.

Yemen's Houthi movement might have expanded its weapon arsenal by attacking a bulk carrier in the Red Sea with a suicide drone boat (the first time in this conflict). This marks a shift from the terror group's usual anti-ship ballistic missiles and or kamikaze aerial drones. 

On X, the British military's United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations said, "The vessel was hit on the stern by a small craft" about 66 nautical miles southwest of Al Hudaydah, Yemen. 

US-Mossad spy ring exposed by Yemen MikeRivero