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whit­tier, calif.» A woman was killed and five other peo­ple were in­jured when a large eu­ca­lyp­tus tree fell on a wed­ding party tak­ing pho­to­graphs at a South­ern Cal­i­for­nia park, author­i­ties said.

Fire crews used chain saws to cut through the downed branches.

Four of the in­jured suf­fered scrapes and bruises, of­fi­cials said. A 4-year-old girl was in crit­i­cal con­di­tion be­cause of head trauma, the Los An­ge­les Times re­ported. Wit­nesses de­scribed hear­ing a loud crack and see­ing peo­ple run from the area.

City lifts wa­ter ban; tests find no cor­ro­sive B

cor­pus christi, texas»» A nearly four-day ban on drink­ing the wa­ter in this south Texas city was lifted Sun­day af­ter test re­sults showed no con­tam­i­na­tion from a chem­i­cal leak. Mayor Dan McQueen said res­i­dents could re­sume us­ing the city’s wa­ter sup­ply for drink­ing, bathing and cook­ing.

Gun­men kill 10, in­clud­ing Cana­dian, in at­tacks on po­lice B

karak, jor­dan» Gun­men as­saulted Jor­da­nian po­lice in a se­ries of at­tacks Sun­day, in­clud­ing at a Cru­sader cas­tle pop­u­lar with tourists, killing seven of­fi­cers, two area civil­ians and a woman vis­it­ing from Canada, of­fi­cials said. At least 34 peo­ple were wounded.

Rights group says Iraqi mili­tia killed Is­lamic State cap­tives B

bagh­dad» A mili­tia backed by the Iraqi govern­ment killed sus­pected Is­lamic State fight­ers cap­tured dur­ing the op­er­a­tion to re­take Mo­sul, Hu­man Rights Watch said Sun­day. The Hashed al-Jabour mili­tia killed four men it had cap­tured north of Mo­sul in Novem­ber, ac­cord­ing to a re­port, which cited wit­nesses who said the men were shot in the presence of Iraqi se­cu­rity forces with­out any ju­di­cial pro­ceed­ings.

Blast kills at least 52 out­side Yemen mil­i­tary camp B A

aden, yemen» suicide bomber blew him­self up out­side a mil­i­tary camp in this south­ern Ye­meni city Sun­day morn­ing, killing at least 52 sol­diers, a se­cu­rity of­fi­cial said. The Is­lamic State’s Ye­men­based af­fil­i­ate claimed re­spon­si­bil­ity. Of­fi­cials said 63 peo­ple were in­jured in the blast.

Jet-set­ting Hun­gar­ian ac­tress Zsa Zsa Gabor dies at 99 B

los an­ge­les» Zsa Zsa Gabor, the jet-set­ting Hun­gar­ian ac­tress who made a ca­reer out of mul­ti­ple mar­riages, con­spic­u­ous wealth and jaded wis­dom about the glam­orous life, has died. She was 99.

Her hus­band, Prince Fred­eric von An­halt, says Gabor, who suf­fered nu­mer­ous med­i­cal is­sues af­ter break­ing her right hip in July 2010, died Sun­day of a heart at­tack at her home.

Gabor ap­peared in films rang­ing from “Moulin Rouge” in 1952 to “Queen of Outer Space” in 1958, but she was best known for her many love af­fairs and tabloid scan­dals.

The great aunt of Paris Hil­ton, she was the orig­i­nal hall-of-mir­rors celebrity, fa­mous for be­ing fa­mous for be­ing fa­mous.

“Rogue One” soars to sec­ond-best De­cem­ber de­but B

hol­ly­wood» “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” soared to the top of the week­end box of­fice as ex­pected, scor­ing the sec­ond-best De­cem­ber open­ing ever with $155 mil­lion in es­ti­mated ticket sales.

Los An­ge­les County fire­fight­ers work at the scene Satur­day where a large tree fell on a wed­ding party in Whit­tier, Calif. Keith Dur­flinger, The Whit­tier Daily News

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