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November 29, 2017

Irish Pray to Strengthen Pro-Life Cause

Hundreds of groups of Catholics gathered across the island of Ireland on Sunday to pray the Rosary for the preservation of the Catholic faith and for the defense of life against the threat of abortion. “Firstly, we thank Christ our King, and the Most Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of Ireland for all the graces and blessings,” Rosary on the Coast for Life and Faith organizers said on the group’s Facebook page Nov. 27. “From the bottom of our hearts we humbly thank everyone who organized one of the 300 plus locations around the coastlines of our beautiful country.” Read more...

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November 27, 2017

Think Abortion Is OK for Rape?

I did not deserve the death penalty for the crime of my biological father. My own birthmother had tried to kill me at two illegal abortions, and was pro-choice when we met 29 years ago, but today, we are thankful we were both protected by law from the horror of abortion. She said back then, the only option she was given was to abort me. She said that there were no pro-life pregnancy resource centers at the time, and no one gave her any other help or hope. Read more...

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October 19, 2017

Most Americans Support Late-Term Ban

Try as they might, the deep-pocketed abortion industry cannot seem to demagogue Americans into opposing heavy restrictions on late-term abortions. A new McLaughlin & Associates poll of likely voters, commissioned by the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, shows that a sizable majority of the public favors legislation to limit abortion after five months of pregnancy. Read more...

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An Atheist's Case Against Abortion

This more secular generation still shows up to save preborn children and their mothers from the tragedy of abortion. This puzzles some abortion supporters, who had assumed they would benefit from demographic changes. The key to understanding this discrepancy is to realize that it is not a discrepancy at all: We see abortion not as a culture war issue or as a religious issue but as a human rights issue. Read more...


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October 16, 2017

Pro-Life Avocate Jim Rudd Dead at 64

Pro-life advocate and former street preacher James L. (Jim) Rudd passed away October 15, 2017 in Albany, Georgia after an extended illness. He was 64. Rudd was the former editor and owner of the original Covenant News website which featured news and editorials about abortion and other issues facing today's church. Read more...

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October 12, 2017

Apple Removes Pro-Life App From Store

Apple approved and subsequently removed an app from the App Store after criticism from abortion activists and liberal media outlets. As Human Coalition informs LifeNews, it released a mobile app allowing pro-life individuals and church groups to pray for Human Coalition's abortion-seeking clients, who remain anonymous, in real time. The app, "Human Coalition," was available for android devices in the Google Play Store, and in the Apple App Store for iOS. Read more...

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September 28, 2017

New App Hopes to Mobilize Pro-Lifers

One of the world's most successful pro-life organizations at shutting down abortion clinics has just released an app to mobilize pro-lifers to get the job done even better. 40 Days for Life just released the "40 Days for Life App" (free at the App store and on Google Play) to connect pro-lifers around the globe in their efforts to pray, fast, and make around-the-clock vigils at abortion clinics globally. Read more...

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September 01, 2017

Abuse of Women: Coerced Abortions

Although some within the abortion industry acknowledge the problem of coerced abortion, abortion supporters downplay the scope of the problem by focusing almost exclusively on women who face pressure not to abort. Abortion proponents are known to allude to force and coercion in the context of abortion restrictions and their effects. Activists dressed as characters from The Handmaid's Tale have recently taken to protesting legislative hearings on abortion restrictions; they claim that pro-life laws are no different from the forced breeding program described in Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel. Read more...

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August 30, 2017

Ultrasound Program Is Saving Babies' Lives

An international Catholic charitable organization has announced a goal of saving 1 million unborn babies by expanding its ultrasound program. "We know from experience that a woman who sees an ultrasound image of her child is highly likely to keep her baby," Carl Anderson, CEO of the Knights of Columbus, said at the organization's 135th international convention in St. Louis on Aug. 1-3. In 2009, the Knights of Columbus began working with the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council in New Haven, Connecticut, to pay for 829 ultrasound machines for pregnancy centers or in mobile medical units. Read more...

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August 24, 2017

Abortion: Two Americas Devided by Sex Ed

It makes sense in a state where people have been educated to embrace sex education (aka "have sex!"), birth control (which often fails), and reproductive rights (abortion, everyone!), these kids would later turn into adults who vote for politicians who pass legislation that represents some of the most radically pro-choice bills in the country. Oregon feels like they need abortions because the teenagers, and grown ups, keep getting pregnant "unintentionally." It's not a reactionary phase or even a political move: It's been ingrained since childhood via education. Read more...

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August 22, 2017

Planned Parenthood's 'Far-Left Agenda'

After NARAL Executive Director Grayson Dempsey attacked state Republican Rep. Knute Buehler's pro-choice views, Buehler responded by asserting most Oregonians don't support the more extreme views of pro-abortion groups and providers. Most Oregon residents are "pro-choice with certain limitations or pro-life with certain exceptions," Buehler wrote. He said that most people in Oregon have more moderate views and respect those that differ from theirs. NARAL, Planned Parenthood, and Emily's List do not operate this way, however, he claimed. Read more...

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August 16, 2017

Endless Battle Against Pro-Aborts' Lies

Pro-abortion activists are using a new strategy tested against an Atlanta pro-life pregnancy center. It likely won't be the last time such centers see the tactic. Three abortion groups in Atlanta demonstrated this past weekend at the Women's Care Clinic – but what were they really protesting against? Read more...

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Actress Criticizes CBS Abortion Report

Patricia Heaton is outraged by a recent CBS report about Iceland. CBS reported Sunday that the majority of expecting mothers in the country or "close to 100 percent" who received a positive test for Down syndrome "terminated their pregnancy." The network tweeted on Sunday, "Iceland is on pace to virtually eliminate Down syndrome through abortion..." The 59-year-old actress took to Twitter with a heated reply, taking aim at the wording of the CBS tweet and Iceland in the process. "Iceland isn't actually eliminating Down Syndrome. They're just killing everybody that has it. Big difference," she wrote. Read more...

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August 15, 2017

Should Women Be Told RU-486 Can Be Reversed?

Lawmakers are starting to look at whether to change their state’s informed-consent laws to let women know of an experimental treatment that could possibly reverse the effects of a progesterone-blocking abortion. Some say more research is needed. Read more...

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January 30, 2017

The Pro-Life Imperative

In 1973, after the Supreme Court issued its Roe v. Wade decision, the New York Times expressed confidence that "the Court's verdict on abortions provides a sound foundation for final and reasonable resolution" to a debate that has "divided America too long." The Times could not have been more mistaken. Not only did the abortion debate dramatically increase after Roe, it remains as lively as ever—forty-five years on—as witnessed by Friday's massive and inspiring March for Life. Read more...

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Time for Men to Step Up

In an interview with Breitbart News, Baltimore Ravens tight end Ben Watson calls upon men to take responsibility for their actions and protect women and young girls from facing the devastation of abortion. Watson, who addressed the tens of thousands of pro-life activists participating in the 2017 March for Life, has been speaking out about abortion and, particularly, the disproportionate number of abortions in the black community. Read more...


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January 24, 2017

Most Americans Want Some Abortion Restrictions

A majority of Americans are in favor of stopping taxpayer funding of abortions and banning most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, according to a new Marist poll commissioned by the Knights of Columbus. "There is a consensus in America in favor of significant abortion restrictions, and this common ground exists across party lines, and even among significant numbers of those who are pro-choice," Carl A. Anderson, CEO of the Catholic organization Knights of Columbus, said in a statement. Read more...

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Commentary: Congress Should Defund Planned Parenthood

No American should be forced to fund the abortion industry. Yet, that's exactly what's happening and it must end. It's time for Congress to defund Planned Parenthood. First, let's dispense with the absurd notion that Planned Parenthood is somehow not in the abortion business. Fact checkers have hammered this fallacious claim for what it is - a ludicrous lie. As a lawyer I deal in evidence, so let's look at the facts. Planned Parenthood provides more than 323,000 abortions each year - making it the largest abortion provider in America. Read more...


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January 17, 2017

Abortion: More Evil Than Slavery

Today, adamant opponents of racism will argue that it's better to kill unwanted babies than to bring them into a world that does not care for them. Slaveholders argued that it was better to subject blacks to slavery than to leave them on their own in a world in which they could not properly care for themselves. The pro-abortionists today will be quick to say that the slaveholders' contention is, by and large, untrue. But they are blind to the fact that, by and large, human experience suggests that their present contention (that the world will not care for babies if they are not aborted) is equally questionable. Read more...

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January 09, 2017

Stand Up for Life Gathers in South Carolina

For the first time since Roe v. Wade, participants in the annual Stand Up for Life march and rally in Columbia gathered Saturday believing they have a pro-life government on their side in Washington. The Stand Up for Life march and rally has been held annually ever since the 1973 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that granted women a limited right to decide whether to give birth. Read more...


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Defunding Fires Up Minnesota Abortion Debate

Buoyed by news that Congress could withhold millions of dollars from the state's largest abortion provider, abortion foes are preparing for this month's March for Life in St. Paul with high hopes. "It's another move in the right direction," said Scott Fischbach, executive director of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), which organizes the annual pro-life rally. An estimated 6,000 people are expected to attend the march, which marks the Jan. 22 anniversary of the Supreme Court's 1973 abortion ruling. Read more...

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January 14, 2014

Pope Speaks Out on 'Horrific' Abortions

Pope Francis decried abortion as a sign of a wasteful modern culture that treats goods and people, including unborn children, as easily discarded commodities. In the annual papal "state of the world" speech delivered to diplomats, Francis said the denial of human dignity was a threat to world peace, and cited the problems of hunger among the have-nots and food waste among the haves. Read more...

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January 03, 2014

MSNBC’s Mitchell Cheers On Planned Parenthood

On her January 2 Andrea Mitchell Reports program, Mitchell kicked off the new year with a friendly strategy session with Richards, with Justice Sonia Sotomayor's temporary stay on a contraception mandate serving as the news hook. After allowing Ms. Richards to state her opinion on Sotomayor’s ruling, the MSNBC host then went into activism mode, asking her guest, "Is there anything that Planned Parenthood or other advocates can do for women's rights and women's rights to contraception?" Read more...

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December 13, 2013

License Plates Raise $19 Million Nationally

Although pro-choice organizations have fought to keep them off the road, as of now 29 states give drivers the option to ‘Choose Life’ on their license plates. Russell Amerling, the National Publicity Coordinator for Choose Life America, realizes the vast potential of having pro-life license plates on our nation’s highways as an inexpensive way to promote a culture of life. He once spoke with a billboard salesman about the significance of miniature advertisements on the road, especially considering the costly expense of renting billboard space. Read more...

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January 19, 2013

Abortion 40 Years After Roe v. Wade

The 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which was handed down on Jan 22, 1973, comes as states have added more and more restrictions -- 43 state laws passed last year and 92 passed in 2011, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a group that does extensive research on abortion. Just three weeks ago, Texas defunded all Planned Parenthood clinics in the state – many of which do not perform abortions -- for being affiliated with an organization that advocates them. Read more...

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January 15, 2013

Generation Life Spreads Pro-Life, Chastity Message

The National Catholic Register has published a profile of the work of Generation Life, an organization whose 16 missionaries speak to 25,000 youth annually about chastity and respect for life. "We're fighting abortion by promoting the virtue of chastity," said Christine Barba, the organization's executive director. "At the root cause of the culture of death is a lack of understanding of our body and our procreative powers." Read more...

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May 27, 2012

Abortion Survivor Urges Mothers to Choose Life

Claire Culwell was faced with challenges even before her birth. At the age of 13 her mother became pregnant and chose to have an abortion. What her mother didn't know at the time is that she was pregnant with twins. Sometime later she returned to an abortion clinic to find out the news, where she was told it was too late to have a second abortion. Placed on life support at birth, Culwell dealt with some difficult health issues -- including dislocated hips and feet turned inward. Despite the challenges, she's grateful to have lived to tell her story. Read more...

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Support for Abortion Rights Dropping

It appears pro-choice isn't a popular stance these days. A Gallup poll showed only 41 percent of Americans favor abortion rights. That's the lowest number in Gallup poll history. The poll also shows most people think abortion should be legal under certain circumstances. Read more...

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May 04, 2012

Operation Rescue Says It Has Patient Records

The leader of a Kansas anti-abortion group says un-redacted abortion records it received recently aren't the first to be discovered by the confidential informant who provided them. Operation Rescue president Troy Newman told The Associated Press that the same man found similar records last summer and turned them over to the state, but it did nothing. Newman says the man two weeks ago gave his group the records of 86 female patients treated in April at a Kansas City, Kan., clinic. He says the man didn't say how he got the records but that he claimed he obtained them legally. Read more...

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March 29, 2012

'October Baby' Rejected By Major Studios, Blitzes Box Office

"The Hunger Games" wasn't the only film to hit box office paydirt this past weekend. Although it only opened in 390 theaters, the anti-abortion drama "October Baby," starring John Schneider,earned the second-highest-per-screen average, bringing in almost $2 million in ticket sales. "I was shattered when I first learned about the story. I was moved and mesmerized. I wasn't an activist, I was just someone who was shattered by the truth," director Jon Erwin told FOX411's Pop Tarts. "Here is our little film, small budget, in the top ten (at the box office). We are thrilled, blown away." Read more...

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March 14, 2012

Birth-Control Rule Debate Intensifying

New polling data are sparking a vigorous debate over whether an Obama administration rule requiring employers to offer free birth control is a political winner for the White House, particularly among women, as many Democrats have assumed. Two new surveys, one by The Wall Street Journal/NBC News and the other by the New York Times/CBS News, show overall opposition to the rule's requirement that religious institutions offer contraceptive drugs free of charge. Read more...

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March 10, 2012

Papers Reject 'Doonesbury' Abortion Law Strip

A national syndicate will offer replacement "Doonesbury" comic strips to newspapers that don't want to run a series that uses graphic imagery to lampoon a Texas law requiring women to have an ultrasound before an abortion, executives said. A handful of newspapers say they won't run next week's series, while several others said the strips will move from the comics to opinion pages or websites only. Read more...

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March 08, 2012

$9 Birth Control Contradicts Sandra Fluke

Georgetown Law School student Sandra Fluke famously testified on Feb. 23 that contraception can cost her fellow students $3,000 over three years. But less than three miles from campus is a Target retail store that sells monthly birth control pill packs to consumers whose insurance plans do not cover contraception. The cost? Just $9. For law students who choose to use contraception for those three years, that would mean spending $324, CNS News reported. That’s a far cry from what Fluke testified it would cost. Read more...



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March 05, 2012

Limbaugh Wimps Out on 'Slut' Comment

Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh apologized to women's contraception activist Sandra Fluke for his "insulting word choices" after calling her a "slut" and a "prostitute" after her testimony before Congress. "My choice of words was not the best, and in the attempt to be humorous, I created a national stir. I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choices," Limbaugh said in a statement released on his website. Read more...

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February 16, 2012

Abortion and the False 'False Dilemma' Fallacy

I was not surprised to read the "analysis" of Joyce Arthur, the founder, coordinator and national spokesperson of the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada (ARCC), of the recent surveys that Angus Reid Public Opinion has conducted on the topic of abortion. It is common for people who represent lobby groups and associations with a solitary goal to express doubts when they realize that, to their astonishment, not all Canadians agree with the point of view they have chosen to defend. Read more...



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February 09, 2012

Poll: Majority of Americans Oppose Obama Mandate

Polling data from Rasmussen shows a majority of Americans oppose the mandate the Obama administration put into place to force religious employers to pay for insurance coverage that includes birth control and drugs that can cause abortions. Some 50 percent of those polled said no while 39 percent of Americans agreed. Read more...

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Pro-Life Program Sparks Controversey

A residence hall event at Seton Hall University honoring the lives of unborn children held in Serra Hall on Jan. 31 has sparked controversy. Megan Jones, resident assistant on the second floor of Serra Hall, titled the event "Happy Birthday… Make A Wish." Dur­ing the event, the 11 participants created birthday cards for un­born children, discussed spiritual adoption, vieweed videos from the perspective of an aborted fetus and listened to a rap song of a father regretting his significant other's abortion. Read more...



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February 08, 2012

Media Clearly Favored Planned Parenthood

If you've followed the media frenzy surrounding the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation's decision — which it backpedaled from, with an apology, after a wave of frankly brutal coverage — to discontinue about $700,000 in funding for Planned Parenthood, you would think all these millions of anti-abortion Americans simply do not exist. From the nightly news shows to print and online media, the coverage's tone alternated between wonder and outrage — wonder that anyone could possibly find Planned Parenthood even remotely controversial and outrage that the Komen foundation had "politicized" the cause of women's health. Read more...

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Komen Official Quits Planned Parenthood Dispute

A high-ranking official resigned from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast-cancer charity after a dispute over whether the group should give funding to Planned Parenthood, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press. Karen Handel, the charity's vice president for public policy, told Komen officials that she supported the move to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood. She said the discussion started before she arrived at the organization and was approved at the highest levels of the charity. Read more...

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February 06, 2012

Komen Reverses Stance on Planned Parenthood

Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a breast-cancer advocacy organization, reversed its decision to end $680,000 in funding for Planned Parenthood Federation of America Inc., and said it is changing its grant criteria as a result of controversy over the original ruling. After Komen's decision to end the grants became public, Planned Parenthood raised about $3 million in pledges from more than 10,000 donors, Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood's president, said in a call with reporters. Komen announced its reversal in a statement today with an apology "to the American public" from Chief Executive Officer Nancy Brinker. Read more...

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February 03, 2012

AMA Claims Ultrasound Law 'Dangerous'

Texas' new abortion sonogram law requires that woman receive a sonogram at least 24 hours before an abortion and that the doctor plays the sound of the baby's heartbeat for the mother and gives her the option to view the ultrasound. Seems easy enough, but abortionists are furious, stating that the law will mean women will have to wait longer for their abortion, schedule two trips to the clinic instead of one, and force clinics to have the high-demand abortionist on hand to do the sonogram. Read more...

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February 01, 2012

Charity Halts Grants to Planned Parenthood

The nation's leading breast-cancer charity, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, is halting its partnerships with Planned Parenthood affiliates — creating a bitter rift, linked to the abortion debate, between two iconic organizations that have assisted millions of women. The change will mean a cutoff of hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants, mainly for breast exams. Planned Parenthood says the move results from Komen bowing to pressure from pro-life activists. Komen says the key reason is that Planned Parenthood is under investigation in Congress. Read more...

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January 26, 2012

Graphic Pro-Life Ads Set for Super Bowl?

Racy ads are nothing new for Super Bowl fans, but those tuning into the game this year may need to prepare themselves and their families for a graphic anti-abortion ad sponsored by a presidential candidate. Pro-life candidate Randall Terry is a life-long Republican who has placed himself on the Democratic ticket against President Barack Obama to ensure he could run the ads. Terry said the images are horrific and will upset people, and these images should show people that abortion shouldn’t be legal. Read more...

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Study Claiming Abortion Safer Than Birth Flawed

Hundreds of news articles appeared this week claiming, once again, that the best medical evidence shows that abortion is safer than childbirth. The rash of articles were all tied to a blatant piece of propaganda published in Obstetrics and Gynecologyby Dr. David Grimes, an abortion provider and chief propagandist for “medical proof” of abortion’s safety. The new study repeats the same discredited practice of simply comparing nationally reported maternal mortality rates with Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported deaths associated with abortion. Sounds reasonable, until you learn that there is no accurate or formal mechanism for reporting abortion-related deaths. Read more...

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Poll: 51% of Canadians Support Abortion

A new poll that highlights the complexity of Canadians’ views on abortion finds only 51% of Canadians favour any limitations at all on the procedure – even as 60% favour a law restricting gender-based abortion. The Angus Reid Opinion Poll of 1,001 online participants across the country was released Thursday. In particular, when female respondents were asked if they favoured any abortion restrictions, 53% said yes. Then asked if there should be laws governing whether women could abort a fetus based “solely on the gender,” 66% of women agreed. Read more...

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