France declared a state emergency nationwide and has already closed the border after the death of 100 people in several bouts of shooting in the capital Paris.
France Emergency, Deadly attacks in Paris that occurred Friday night (13/11) local time into the second bloodiest events since the September 11 attacks that devastated the World Trade Center in New York in 2001.
“Based on the number of victims that were killed which until no had already exceeded 100, this is certainly the biggest attack in the capital of the Western world since the events of 9/11,” IntelCenter, a counterterrorism and intelligence organizations reported.
So far, the number of victims feared dead will continue to grow. A number of attacks occurred in the capital city of France in time all at once.
The hostage and shooting at the Bataclan concert hall. France 24 also reported the shooting occurred in two restaurants in the District 10 and 11 of Paris.
In addition, a bomb exploded outside the Stade de France Stadium who were deploying friendship game between French vs. Germany.
IntelCenter added this is the 28th terrorist attacks since 2001 that killed more than 100 people.
At least 15 people were killed near Bataclan concert halls, where 60 people were reportedly still held hostage, Friday (13/11/2015).
While three people died in the stadium Stade de France and reports mentioned the attack was a suicide bombing. Paris authorities have already asked that people staying in the House or in the room.
The army was already deployed to a few places in Paris. The President of France, Francois Hollande, insists the French will still stand.
“In facing of fear, this nation knows how to defend oneself, moves his forces and, once again, would defeat the terrorists,” he said.
The heaviest attacks seemed to be addressed to the Bataclan concert hall.
The BBC’S Hugh Schofield, correspondent, reported a number of ambulances have arrived on the scene could be the the instructions many victims who fell in the Hall.
While at the restaurant La Petit Cambodge, as witnessed by the BBC reporter, looks 10 people lying in the road either killed or seriously injured.
The reports mention the six armed men involved in the shooting attack at several places.
The President of the United States, Barack Obama, saying the attack as “a shameful attempt to terrorize innocent civilians.”
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, expressing shock and pledged to do whatever he can to help.