Paris — Paris is under attack in at least three simultaneous attacks. The interior ministry said at least 127 people died at Bataclan concert hall and another 100 hostages had been brought out by the Police from the concert hall.

It was the deadliest attack appears to have targeted the Bataclan concert hall, with unconfirmed reports saying that concert-goers were being shot one by one.

More than 1,000 fans had gathered at this popular venue for a concert by California hard rock group Eagles of Death Metal. The band had been on the stage for an hour and the music was loud. Heavy metal loud. Not loud enough, however, to mask the sound of gunfire.

Police say the gunmen as many as six—were armed with AK-47 Kalashnikovs and grenades. They are all currently on the loose.

The attackers at the Bataclan rock venue blew themselves up with suicide belts as police closed in, killing four people. He said the gunmen first sprayed cafes outside the venue with machine gunfire, then went inside the concert hall and killed more before the assaullt by security forces. Police said

At least one of the gunman opened fire at a restaurant near a soccer stadium.  The soccer game between France and Germany was taking place at the time. Early reports indicate that a Kalashnikov rifle and grenades were used in at least one attack.

French President François Hollande

French President François Hollande has declared a national state of emergency and has closed its borders after scores of people were killed in multiple gun and bomb attacks in Paris.

According to French news agency AFP, President Francois Hollande was on his way to the concert venue.

Meanwhile, President Barack Obama condemned the attacks in Paris as an “outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians” and he promised the people of France the full support from the United States.

Barack Obama condemns ‘outrageous’ attacks in ParisBarack Obama condemns ‘outrageous’ attacks in ParisPresident Barack Obama condemned the attacks in Paris as an “outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians” and he promised the people of France the full support from the United States. #ParisAttack

Posted by CCTVNews on Friday, November 13, 2015

ByCarl E. 

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