Experts in Spain are analyzing photos of a mystery creature that washed ashore on the beaches of Andalusia. From a machine translation of a story at ideal.es:
In appeared yesterday afternoon on the beach in the hamlet Luis Siret cuevana Villaricos, a strange 'body' of more than four meters in length. It was what might seem like a big fish, but in an advanced state of decomposition ... commenters spoke of a 'Loch Ness Monster', 'mutant fish ', and made a lot of humorous comments.
The truth comes from Cuevas Civil Protection in Promar: "In summer we monitor the beaches. A lady found part of it, then we got the rest. We have no idea of what can be, but it smelled bad. Promar experts are trying to see what could be ", said Civil Protection Coordinator Maria Sanchez.
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Security services firm FireEye says two hacker groups known to be sponsored by the Russian government of Vladimir Putin are waging cyber-attacks currently against European government systems.
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