California fires: Firefighters hold containment lines in north
Crews battling a deadly wildfire in northern California have managed to hold their containment lines, the state fire service says.
They have contained 30% of the fire, stretching over 125,000 acres (50,500 ha), but do not expect to contain it fully until the end of the month.
In the ruined town of Paradise, Butte County, forensics teams are continuing to search for human remains.
The official death toll is 42, with dozens of people missing.
Another blaze in the south of the state, the Woolsey Fire, has killed at least two people, damaging beach resorts including Malibu, a favourite with the rich and famous.
It is still burning across more than 96,000 acres but is 35% contained, the state fire service tweeted.
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Another, smaller blaze, the Hill Fire, is 90% contained in Ventura County, north of Los Angeles.
President Donald Trump has paid tribute to emergency crews' "incredible courage in the face of danger".