The ESA has imaged a face on Mars, but that’s old news. They’ve also imaged the Cydonia region which is home to another face. It’s good news because the region has been difficult to study – not because of alien interference but because of dust storms. That’s part of what makes Mars an interesting place. It’s not as actove as Earth or Io, but it isn’t geologically static either.
Though obviously we can’t rule out alien intervention.