Terror struck again in France tonight when at least 60 people were killed and several injured in terror attacks in 4 different locations in Paris tonight. Many people were killed in shootings in a restaurant in the 10th & 11th Arrondissement, a very busy nightlife neighbourhood in Paris. Explosions were also heard. There was another attack at the French national stadium
where French President Francois Hollande was watching the match between France and Germany. He was immediately removed from the stadium by his security operatives.
The gunmen, who used Kalashnikovs, are still at large. The environ of one of the shooting is close to where Charlie Hebdo shootings occurred in January. 60 individuals are reportedly being held captive in a concert hall. More details later on the Paris terror attack later...
Last night, Gunmen numbering about 8 executed a deadly coordinated attacks in 6 locations across Paris, France. More than 150 casualties have been recorded. Atleast there were 112 causalities reported at a
concert hall where an american rock band performed.
The Baltacan theatre is said to be where the highest casualties was recorded, as the theatre can house up to 1,500 people. About 4 people were killed outside a stadium where the French and German team had a soccer game. In the course of the game, two explosions were heard.
The french president, Francois hollande and German Foreign Minister were present in the stadium when the bombs went off. About 19 people were reportedly killed in a local Cambodian restaurant, Le Petit, with Ak47 wielding terrorists screaming “Allahu Akbar” and opened fire.
The gun men wore no masks and were heard shouting “This is for Syria” and “Allah Akbar (God is great in Arabic)”. Two of the terrorists blew themselves up in the stadium and one at the restaurant. The 4 gunmen that attacked the Baltacan Theatre also blew themselves up. .
After he was evacuated from the Stadium, Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency in a national broadcast. This is the first declaration of state of emergency since world war II. He also announced the closure of all France’s borders