Montana Senate Committee passes four pro-life bills

Four pro-life bills have passed in Montana’s state House and its Senate Judiciary Committee, and are now on their way to the state’s full Senate for consideration, Life News reports. The bills had passed 67-33 in the House last month, before passing in the Judiciary Committee on February 9.

Fulani terrorists slaughter villagers in Nigeria: “Pray for the Nigerian government”

Continuing their reign of terror in Nigeria, Fulani militants murdered six villagers and severely injured many more in an attack in Ogun State Thursday, International Christian Concern reports. As the gratuitous killing of civilians by Fulani terrorists has continued unabated for years, Nigeria’s President Muhammad Buhari, who is also Fulani, has been heavily criticized for failing to keep Nigerians safe from the militants.

Kosovo’s Anti-Deal Party To Fuel Tensions After Elections

Kosovo held parliamentary elections to form a new government amid concerns that the popularity of an anti-establishment party could undermine talks on normalizing relations with neighboring Serbia. Adding to problems is the coronavirus pandemic and an economic crisis in what is the Western Balkan’s most impoverished nation.

WHO Wuhan mission finds possible signs of wider original outbreak in 2019

Investigators from the World Health Organization (WHO) looking into the origins of coronavirus in China have discovered signs the outbreak was much wider in Wuhan in December 2019 than previously thought, and are urgently seeking access to hundreds of thousands of blood samples from the city that China has not so far let them examine.