The 6.4-magnitude quake, the country's worst-ever, struck on Tuesday, killing 51 people and leaving nearly 5,000 people homeless.
At least 47 victims were rescued alive, officials said, but the number of people who may still be buried amid rubble remains unknown.
Emergency workers try to save survivors from the ruins of an earthquake in Albania, as aftershocks hampered search efforts.
The most powerful earthquake to strike the country in decades shakes the capital Tirana and the country's west and north, tearing down buildings and burying residents under rubble.
The epicentre of the 5.6-magnitude quake was near Durres, less than 40 km west of the capital Tirana.
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