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Wednesday July 21st, 2021 evening edition

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(CNN) — A ranger at Yosemite National Park is pleading to visitors to drive slow and stay alert after another bear was killed by a car.

Related content Yosemite officials warn against speeding after two bears are hit and killed on the road.

The ranger said the female cub that was hit by the car couldn't have been more than six months old.

The ranger suspects it was common area for a bear crossing since there was another bear hit by a car in the same area.

The ranger stated that the mama bear kept calling out to the cub and the calls "sounding more pained each time."

The plea by the ranger comes as the park is in peak season for visitors -- June through September are the park's busiest months.

So far this fiscal year, the park has seen over 1.1 million recreational visitors, according to the park's report from May. »

Nigeria secures release of 100 kidnapped mothers and children

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The Zamfara state government said they were released without any ransom being paid, but gave no further details.

The group will now be given medical checks and debriefed before they return to their homes.

President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the military to flush out criminals in Zamfara and the neighboring states of Kaduna and Katsina. »

Unvaccinated Trump supporter who spread coronavirus conspiracy theories dies of COVID-19

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Zuern died at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston of severe complications caused by COVID-19, according to the report.

For months, Zuern, a member of the pro-Trump group the United Cape Patriots, had promoted conspiracy theories about the pandemic on Facebook.

Zuern also expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory, posting their creed of "WWG1WGA" (Where We Go One, We Go All). »

eFootball Announced as KONAMI’s Free-to-Play, Cross-Platform Football Game

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Following earlier rumors that the next football game by KONAMI would be free to play, the Japanese publisher has officially announced eFootball, confirming that to be the case.

Starting with the strong foundations of Unreal Engine, which has allowed us to massively overhaul player expression, we’ve made a number of modifications to virtually create a new football game engine that will power eFootball for years to come.

With the added power of new-generation consoles and by working closely with elite footballers, eFootball delivers our most tense and realistic gameplay to date. »