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BREAKING: 60+ Killed In Major Terrorist Attack, Hostages Reported

Terrorists struck multiple locations in Paris, France, on Friday night, killing at least 60 people and taking 100 hostages.

The BBC is reporting at least three spots in the capital city were hit, which included one man opening fire with automatic gunfire in the Petit Cambodge restaurant, shots fired near the Bataclan arts centre with reports of hostages taken there, and three explosions near the Stade de France, where France was hosting Germany in a soccer match.

Reports of several attacks in different locations throughout #Paris https://t.co/896ObAhXln https://t.co/QFE0zMsPpf

— CNN (@CNN) November 13, 2015

French President Francois Hollande was reportedly watching the game, but was taken to a safe location following the explosions, which could clearly be heard over the noise of the crowd.

The Daily Beast reports that as many as six gunmen, armed with AK-47s and grenades, were involved in the attacks. Some 100 people are believed to be held hostage at the Batalcan concert hall. The AP reports that 11 people were killed during the attack at the Petit Cambodge restaurant.

.@FoxNews‘ Benjamin Hall says “there are still gunman loose in #Paris.” pic.twitter.com/cCVxPGDTaC — FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) November 13, 2015

 

Obama on #Paris: This is an attack on all of humanity, & the universal values that we share https://t.co/GrAYxBgKzK https://t.co/4amRQPgyGb — CNN (@CNN) November 13, 2015

 

Image Credit: Daily Mail

h/t: Fox News

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