Dozens have been killed in multiple attacks in Paris on Friday.
At least 158 people have been confirmed dead, according to The Telegraph. (RELATED: See The Moment When The Paris Explosion Rocked A Soccer Stadium [VIDEO])
The Associated Press reports that police officials say a shootout began in a Paris restaurant, while two explosions could be heard by an AP reporter who was inside “the Stade de France stadium north of Paris during a France-Germany friendly football match.”
Fox News reports that there have been attacks at six locations in Paris. (RELATED: Paris Attack Death Toll At Least Five Times That Of Charlie Hebdo Massacre)
According to The Telegraph, one of the attackers shouted “Allahu Akbar” during some of the assaults. (RELATED: ISIS Gloats On Twitter Over Paris Attacks)
According to Reuters, French President Francois Hollande was evacuated from the stadium shortly after the attacks began.
The unidentified assailants took over 100 hostages at a nearby concert hall, according to the AP. Several outlets said that the hostages were allegedly being executed one by one.
Reuters reports that a police assault of the concert hall killed all of the hostage takers. An estimated 100 hostages were found slain in the venue.
President Obama has been briefed on the situation by Homeland Security. In a Friday press conference, Obama condemned the attacks as terrorist acts. (RELATED: Obama Calls French Attack Terrorism)
President Hollande has declared a state of emergency for all of France, Reuters reports.
Footage of the attacks have begun to surface on social media. (RELATED: Watch: Footage Of Paris Attack Aftermath)
Fox News reports two gunmen were killed at the concert hall, and the carnage there has ended. Police reportedly were able to rescue 12 hostages from the hall as well.
According to a USA Today report, as many as 100 people were killed in the concert hall.
En ce moment à Paris… pic.twitter.com/VnVemRtKHo
— Perle ن (@OopsCestDit) November 13, 2015
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