More than 100 dead in deadliest terror attacks in France
Nov 14, OSLO: At least 120 people have died in one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in the European nation since the World War II.
France has declared a state of emergency and closed its border following the attacks gunmen and suicide bombers at five different places. Some 80 people are reported to have been killed at the Bataclan concert hall in central Paris.
Armed security forces overpowered the gunment at Bataclan where many people were kept hostage. Four attackers were killed at Bataclan, French police said. An American band from Los Angeles, Eagles of Death Metal, were playing at Bataclan. In a separate attack outside the Stade de France where Germany was playing the hosts in a football friendly, a suicide bomber detonated explosives killing at least four people and leaving 11 injured.
At least 14 people were dead in Rue Bichat where a Cambodian restaurant was attacked. Three restaurants and a shopping centre were also targeted by attackers.