A Russian spy ship sank in the Black Sea Thursday after it crashed into a freighter near the Turkish coast, Russian officials said.
The ship, dubbed the Liman, crashed into a freighter about 25 miles away from the Bosphorous Strait. Turkish officials said 78 people were evacuated and rescued from the Russian ship. All were unhurt.
A shipping agent said conditions were foggy and visibility was low, CBS reports.
In recent months, a different Russian spy ship has been spotted multiple times off the east coast of the U.S. It never entered U.S. territorial waters, though it came within 17 miles of land at one point.
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