Albania struggles to cope, provide shelter in quake aftermath

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY VIDEO) — Albania has suffered a series of aftershocks three days after a magnitude 6.4 struck the country, killing dozens of people.

Many buildings have crumbled and residents are too frightened to return to their homes.

Rescue operations are continuing to find survivors, but hopes of finding anyone alive are now fading.


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