France declared a state of emergency after multiple attacks in the Paris area with firearms and bombs late Friday left more than 100 dead and scores wounded.
No claim of responsibility has surfaced. The city asked residents to stay home and closed several metro lines. French President Francois Hollande called an emergency cabinet meeting, declaring a state of emergency and closing the nation's borders.
"At this moment, unprecedented terrorist attacks are underway across the city of Paris," Hollande said before the meeting. He said military personnel had been deployed across the city.
These are the locations of the attacks in and around the French capital:
What appears to be the deadliest attack occurred at the popular Bataclan concert venue in the 11th Arrondissement, one of the most densely populated districts in Paris.
According to media reports, multiple gunmen dressed in black massacred more than 100 hostages with bombs and automatic weapons inside the theater.
Authorities said the siege at the theater ended late Friday and all of the gunmen were dead.
The Bataclan is just a few hundred yards from the former offices of the magazine Charlie Hebdo. In January, gunmen forced their way into those offices, opened fire and fled, killing 10 journalists and two police officers and injuring several others.
Le Petit Cambodge and Le Carillon
About a half-mile from Bataclan, HuffPost France reported that at least one gunman opened fire outside the Petit Cambodge restaurant and the nearby Le Carillon cafe, both in the 10th Arrondissement. Dozens of people were reported to have been killed, according to the AP.
A reporter for France 24 tweeted these photos from the scene near Petit Cambodge:
Stade de France
At least three explosions were heard near the Stade de France, a stadium outside Paris, with reports that at least one of those was a suicide bombing.
One of the explosions was audible inside the stadium during a soccer match between France and Germany.
In the video above, the crowd cheers after the explosion and the announcer explains that he believes that the sound is "firecrackers being let off in and around the stadium."
“And actually," the announcer continues, "Germany’s buildup to this match was disrupted by a bomb scare at their hotel earlier on."
The German team was evacuated from their hotel in Paris Friday morning following an anonymous threat. By midday, the team was allowed to return, The Guardian reported.
Following the explosion outside the stadium, Hollande, who was attending the match, was evacuated.
Les Halles and the Louvre Museum
There were reports of additional shooting at Les Halles shopping mall in central Paris, and in the area near the famous Louvre Museum. It was unclear if anyone was killed or injured.
La Belle Equipe
This article has been updated to include the La Belle Equipe location.
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