Albania earthquake: Several killed in a magnitude 6.4 tremor

Strongest earthquake to hit Albania in decades topples buildings, kills at least six and injures dozens.

    A magnitude 6.4 earthquake has hit Albania, north of the capital, Tirana.

    The defence ministry says at least six people have been killed.

    Several aftershocks have been felt and authorities have called on people to stay out of their homes.

    Joining us is Besar Likmeta, a journalist and editor at the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), Albania.


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