Over 128 people are reported killed and dozens injured in a coordinated terror attacks in Paris. There was clearly a shooting outside of the restaurants of the Rue Bichat and over eight explosions close to the Stade de France Sport Stadium and still another shot at Paris Bataclan concert hall where 100 people were said to have already been held hostage.
Police said over 100 people were killed within the restaurant close to where the Charlie Hebdo Magazine shootings occurred January and 15 others killed in the Theater.
According to the Associated Press, 8 extremists dead after Paris attacks, 7 of them in suicide bombings. French President Francois Hollande was at a football match in the France-Germany when the attacks started.
BREAKING: Prosecutor's office: 8 extremists dead after Paris attacks, 7 of them in suicide bombings.
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 14, 2015
He was evacuated at 22:15 local time of Paris to be taken to Place Beauvau, the Interior ministry, where he could be currently holding a serious meeting with his ministers and Manuel Valls, the Prime minister.
France has already declared state of emergency and closed its borders after Paris attacks. A state of emergency has not been declared in France since the riots of 2005.
The President of United States of America also reported that : “This is not just an attack on Paris, not just on the people of France, but this is an attack on all of humanity.”
At least one of the explosions is confirmed to have been a suicide bombing.
— RT (@RT_com) November 13, 2015
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— Tim Hogan (@TimInHonolulu) November 13, 2015
BREAKING: Police operation at Bataclan concert venue over, two attackers killed: BFM TV https://t.co/yq0GLnSgaI
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Also, attackers in Paris concert hall shouted ‘Allahu akbar’, fired into crowd, witness says. No arrest has been made or the number of attackers accounted for.