In Miami, Florida, several downtown buildings were evacuated as office workers streamed outdoors to safety.
Broadcasters showed footage of a 35-year old woman and her infant daughter being rescued from under the rubble 28 hours after the magnitude 6.8 quake struck Elazig province.
International organizations pledged billions of dollars in aid after the earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010.
Those still missing, presumed dead, are Winona Langford, a 17-year-old Australian, and Hayden Marshall-Inman, a 40-year-old New Zealand tour guide. Their bodies are believed to be in the waters around the island.
The powerful earthquake killed at least three people and wounded dozens more.
The region was shaken by four powerful quakes in October and November, which together killed at least 20 people.
Prosecutors issued 17 warrants in total, police said. Two of the nine people detained on Saturday on murder charges were the owners of two hotels that collapsed, killing four people in Durres, Albania's second-biggest city and main port.