At least 21 people have been killed, several more are missing and hundreds have been injured after an earthquake struck Albania today.
Here's what we know so far:
- Strongest in decades: The quake had a preliminary magnitude of 6.4. It is the strongest to hit Albania in 40 years.
- The victims: Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama's office revised the death toll upwards several times. At least four victims died in Durres, spokesperson Endri Fuga told CNN. Another two died in Thumane, one person died after jumping from a building in panic in Kurbin, and one victim died while driving on a badly damaged road in Lezhe, the spokesperson added.
- A second quake: Nearby Bosnia and Herzegovina was also struck by an earthquake this morning, the country's interior ministry told CNN. That quake measured at 5.4.