Paris attacks, At least 153 killed in gunfire and blasts

Gunmen and boomers attacked restaurants, a concert hall and a sports stadium in seven near-simultaneous attacks at various locations in Paris on Friday, 140 were killed in unexpected multiple terrorist attack. The terrorist killed nearly 100 audiences attending a rock concert at the Bataclan music hall.

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Terrorist attack several locations at same time

Two explosions were heard outside the national stadium where the German-France friendly soccer match was played. A witness said one of the detonations blew in the air outside opposite to the stadium where president Hollande and the German Foreign Minister were watching soccer Match. Police helicopters were round the stadium and the President run into the conference hall to monitor the situation. The terrorists killed 18 other people at poplar Charonne nearby 11th district.  Some 20 other citizens were killed in other region of Paris including central Les Halles shopping centre. Witness in the hall said the terrorist shout Islamic slogans and slogans blames France’s role in Syria.

President called State of Emergency

The Paris Anti-terrorist commandos attacked the building, killed the terrorist and rescued many survivals. Paris Pubic Prosecutor Francois Molins said eight terrorist had been killed by Paris Anti- terrorist commandos attack.

After the attacks, President declares national wide emergency. The metro railways, schools, Universities and government buildings were remain closed on this Saturday. However some emergency services are expected to open. 1,500 army troops were deployed into the Paris region and hospitals recalled staff to help victims.

President statement

“We know where these attacks from,” Paris President Hollande said, without naming any individual group. “There are really good reasons to be afraid.” The Paris President called an emergency meeting to be held on Saturday morning with national Security Council.

US President Obama called the attacks “outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians.”