Refugees fleeing from Ukraine arrive in Hungary | BERNADETT SZABO
It took a potential world war to stop the media bleating on interminably about Omicron. Now Ukraine has justifiably grabbed every news headline as Russia continues its invasion of the beleaguered country by land, air and sea. Harrowing images fill newspapers of the Ukrainian people eyeing up bombed blocks of flats – their erstwhile homes - or quivering in terror in subway stations with small, bewildered babies and children in their arms. Planes soar overhead discharging bombs and young Ukrainian and Russian soldiers bite the dust.