War in Ukraine at 1 year: Pain, resilience in global economy

A woman sells bread on a street in Lagos, Nigeria, on Feb. 3. Nearly a year after Russia invaded Ukraine, the global economy is still enduring the consequences — crunched supplies of grain, fertilizer and energy along with more inflation and economic insecurity. One official in Nigeria said, “A lot of people have stopped eating bread; they have gone for alternatives because of the cost”. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

An Egyptian widow is struggling to afford meat and eggs for her five children. An exasperated German laundry owner watches as his energy bill jumps fivefold. Nigerian bakeries have shut their doors, unable to afford the exorbitant price of flour.