Cleaning up in Albania. Prime Minister Edi Rama has a tough job. Is progress too slow? How corrupt is the judiciary? Can and should the EU be expected to solve Balkan problems? Tim Sebastian puts Rama under pressure.
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.
In the aftermath of Albania's deadly earthquake, Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised aid from Germany and the EU. Albania's prime minister has called for international help, saying it is "impossible to do this alone."
The EU has pledged €15 million in relief funding following an earthquake that killed 51 people and injured thousands. The Albanian prime minister is optimistic about further aid packages from the US and other countries.
Turkish presidential spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin answered questions from the audience after the #dwZone interview with Tim Sebastian
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