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2 Dec 2019
A 4-day search and rescue operation following the 6.4 magnitude quake has been declared over. Prime minister Edi Rama promised the 4,000 residents made homeless they would be in "stronger homes" by next year.
2 Dec 2019
Rescue efforts have almost finished in Albania following an earthquake that shook the country and left 49 dead. Rescuers are only continuing to search for survivors and bodies at one site, a hotel in the city of Durres.
27 Nov 2019
At least six people died after the most powerful earthquake to hit Albania in decades rocked the capital of Tirana and surrounding region early on Tuesday, causing several buildings to collapse and burying residents in the rubble.
10 Nov 2019
Albania: A legacy of dictatorship

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