Fear and Confusion Erupts after Deadly Attacks in Paris

Bataclan concert hall in Paris was targeted for the deadliest attacks where some reports state that as many as 100 concert goers were shot after being taken as hostages. Police sources also confirmed this to a news agency where they claimed that at least 100 people were killed there.

After the attack France has declared national state of emergency. It is said that France has closed its borders after at least 120 people were killed by gunmen in gun and bomb attacks in Paris. The gunmen had reportedly took many hostages before the Police authorities overpowered them.

Other died in a suicide blast near the Stade de France reportedly and gun attacks on city center restaurants. Seven attackers are reported to have been killed. Following the attacks the residents of the city are asked to stay indoors and about 1500 military personnel have been deployed across Paris.

Terrorists were said to be carrying AK-47s, while some had reportedly carried bombs strapped to them. These terrorists attacked sites throughout the French capital and at the stadium where the soccer match between France and world champion Germany was going on. The attacks has left the whole nation mourning and the whole world is in shock.

As per the reports U.S. President Barack Obama spoke with French President Francois Hollande to offer condolences and assistance in the investigation if they need any. Obama also has said that this attack is not just on Paris or on the people of France but it is an attack on humanity and the universal values we share. He also called the attacks an shocking attempt to terrorize innocent civilians.

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