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    News re Paris attacks

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    Post by Lobo Fri 13 Nov 2015, 7:09 pm

    Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was playing inside the Bataclan concert hall when it was attacked by gunmen who killed attendees and took hostages, has released a statement on their Facebook page following the night's horrific events.
    We are still currently trying to determine the safety and whereabouts of all our band and crew. Our thoughts are with all of the people involved in this tragic situation.


    Multiple sources are reporting that the hostage situation is now over, and that at least two attackers are dead. Stephanie Talmadge


    The hostage situation at Paris concert hall reportedly over, at least 2 attackers dead
    6:52 p.m. ET



     


    News re Paris attacks GettyImages-497046070
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    A hostage situation at a Parisian concert hall near the site of another deadly shooting and a series of explosions in the French capital is reportedly over, The Associated Press reports. At least 100 people are reportedly dead after attackers opened fire during a metal concert at the Bataclan, a popular music venue, and reportedly tossed explosives at the hostages.
    Hostages had reportedly been sending messages out via social media, calling the concert hall a "scene of carnage." Several attacks across Paris Friday evening left at least 35 more people dead and the country under a state of emergency. Lauren Hansen




    French police confirm at least two explosions were suicide attacks
    6:37 p.m. ET



     

    In the confusing aftermath of the violent attacks across Paris Friday night, French police have confirmed that two of the explosions were suicide bombings, The Associated Press reports.

    This evening multiple attacks rocked the city of Paris, and there is an ongoing hostage situation in the city's Bataclan concert hall. President Francois Hollande has declared a state of emergency and closed the country's borders. Stephanie Talmadge
    Witness on Bataclan concert hall hostage situation: They're slaughtering us 'one by one'
    6:12 p.m. ET



     

    Hostages inside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris are reportedly texting and posting on social media and begging for the police to raid the hall, CNN reports. There are reportedly about 100 people trapped inside, and 35 dead in an ongoing hostage situation that began as a series of attacks swept the city.
    One hostage who claims to be inside the Bataclan says that he is wounded and that hostages are being slaughtered "one by one." Samantha Rollins

    This just in

    Shooters at Paris concert hall reportedly shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as they fired

    5:57 p.m. ET



     


    News re Paris attacks GettyImages-497043490
    Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images

    A witness to the carnage at Paris' Bataclan concert hall, where 100 people have reportedly been taken hostage and dozens killed, is saying that the attackers shouted "Allahu Akbar," Arabic for "God is great," as they fired into the crowd.
    Via The Guardian:
    Another witness, who was at the Batalclan with his mother, is currently in tears live on the radio station. He says he heard the assailants were screaming "Allahu Akbar" while shooting inside the crowd. [The Guardian]
    Nothing yet is known about the identities of the shooters or their motives. Nico Lauricella

    President Obama: Paris attack is 'an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share'
    5:56 p.m. ET



     

    In a brief statement following the attacks that terrorized Paris Friday evening, President Obama expressed his sympathy for the city and its people. "This is an attack not just on Paris, not just on the people of France, but this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share," he said.
    Obama also declared his intention to help France in any way America can in the coming days. "France is our oldest ally," Obama said. "The French people have stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States time and again. And we want to be very clear that we stand with them in the fight against terrorism and extremism."



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    French President Hollande declares a state of emergency, closes borders

    6:22 p.m. ET



     

    French President Francois Hollande delivered a brief address Friday night in response to the multiple deadly attacks across Paris. Hollande declared a state of emergency and closed the country's borders. Meanwhile, military units have been deployed to Paris.
    Though visibly shaken, Hollande asked for France to remain calm. "France needs to be strong. Terrorists want us to be scared," he said. "In the face of terror we must be united." Lauren Hansen



     
    paris attacks

    Eagles of Death Metal, band who played concert hall during Paris attack, releases statement

    7:17 p.m. ET



     

    Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was playing inside the Bataclan concert hall when it was attacked by gunmen who killed attendees and took hostages, has released a statement on their Facebook page following the night's horrific events.

    Multiple sources are reporting that the hostage situation is now over, and that at least two attackers are dead. Stephanie Talmadge



     

    paris attacks

    The hostage situation at Paris concert hall reportedly over, at least 2 attackers dead

    6:52 p.m. ET



     


    News re Paris attacks GettyImages-497046070
    Getty Images

    A hostage situation at a Parisian concert hall near the site of another deadly shooting and a series of explosions in the French capital is reportedly over, The Associated Press reports. At least 100 people are reportedly dead after attackers opened fire during a metal concert at the Bataclan, a popular music venue, and reportedly tossed explosives at the hostages.
    Hostages had reportedly been sending messages out via social media, calling the concert hall a "scene of carnage." Several attacks across Paris Friday evening left at least 35 more people dead and the country under a state of emergency. Lauren Hansen



     
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    French police confirm at least two explosions were suicide attacks

    6:37 p.m. ET



     

    In the confusing aftermath of the violent attacks across Paris Friday night, French police have confirmed that two of the explosions were suicide bombings, The Associated Press reports.

    This evening multiple attacks rocked the city of Paris, and there is an ongoing hostage situation in the city's Bataclan concert hall. President Francois Hollande has declared a state of emergency and closed the country's borders. Stephanie Talmadge



     



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    paris attacks

    Witness on Bataclan concert hall hostage situation: They're slaughtering us 'one by one'

    6:12 p.m. ET



     

    Hostages inside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris are reportedly texting and posting on social media and begging for the police to raid the hall, CNN reports. There are reportedly about 100 people trapped inside, and 35 dead in an ongoing hostage situation that began as a series of attacks swept the city.
    One hostage who claims to be inside the Bataclan says that he is wounded and that hostages are being slaughtered "one by one." Samantha Rollins




     

    This just in

    Shooters at Paris concert hall reportedly shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as they fired

    5:57 p.m. ET



     


    News re Paris attacks GettyImages-497043490
    Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images

    A witness to the carnage at Paris' Bataclan concert hall, where 100 people have reportedly been taken hostage and dozens killed, is saying that the attackers shouted "Allahu Akbar," Arabic for "God is great," as they fired into the crowd.
    Via The Guardian:
    Another witness, who was at the Batalclan with his mother, is currently in tears live on the radio station. He says he heard the assailants were screaming "Allahu Akbar" while shooting inside the crowd. [The Guardian]
    Nothing yet is known about the identities of the shooters or their motives. Nico Lauricella



     
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    President Obama: Paris attack is 'an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share'

    5:56 p.m. ET



     

    In a brief statement following the attacks that terrorized Paris Friday evening, President Obama expressed his sympathy for the city and its people. "This is an attack not just on Paris, not just on the people of France, but this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share," he said.
    Obama also declared his intention to help France in any way America can in the coming days. "France is our oldest ally," Obama said. "The French people have stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States time and again. And we want to be very clear that we stand with them in the fight against terrorism and extremism."
    Watch the whole briefing below.Stephanie Talmadge



     

    paris attacks

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron pledges support to Paris: 'We will do whatever we can to help'

    5:55 p.m. ET



     

    Amid multiple violent attacks around Paris Friday evening that have left at least 35 people dead, and a terrifying mass hostage situation, British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged his support to France. Lauren Hansen

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