Terrorists besieged Central Paris, France, at least 153 are dead after they unleashed terror. France have declared a state of emergency closing all it’s borders as some of the terrorists are on the loose. Earlier report confirmed attacks on Stade de France where the president of France was watching the match between France and Germany. The president was whisked out of the stadium in the second half. It was a random but co-ordinated attacks as gun men were shooting people in the streets of Paris on the same street where French journalists working with Charlie Hebdo, France satirical magazine were killed. For fifteen minutes the terrorists were shooting and killing people, reloaded and continued shooting.
The attackers besieged a concert hall and started firing then throwing grenade into the crowd, at least 120 killed in the concert hall. Paris is in effective curfew, the first time since the second world war. The attack took place in East of the city in seven different places. At a restaurant the terrorist detonate grenade. Five suspected terrorists were killed at the concert hall, three were wearing explosive belt, but it is still unclear whether the rest have escaped. The France authority are believing some of the terrorists are at large and are still dangerous.
The French president announced he would no longer attend the World leaders meetings in Turkey but his foreign minister would attend, he added that France would ruthlessly hunt the terrorist and he assured the people that they will be victorious against the terrorists.
President Barack Obama has condemned the attack.
Earlier: Terror Attacks in 4 Different Locations in Paris, About 60 being held hostage
(CNN)At least 18 people were killed in shootings in central Paris late Friday, CNN affiliate BFMTV reported.
The network reported there was a hostage situation at one of the three sites where shootings took place. BFMTV said the ongoing hostage situation was at a theater named Bataclan.
There was a lockdown at the Stade de France due to possible explosions, according to French media. President Francois Hollande was at the stadium, watching France playing world champions Germany in a friendly match, but he left to go to the Interior Ministry.
Police were outside the scene of one of the shootings, a restaurant in the 10th District.
Lylia Melkonian, a reporter for France 2, told CNN the neighborhood has many restaurants that were packed with patrons. Melkonian said authorities were evacuating the area.
A witness told BFMTV that firefighters were on the scene to treat the injured.
CURRENT NEWS NOW also heard that 60 people are being held hostage by suspected terrorists. French president was whisk out of the stadium where Germany and France were playing a match. There is an unconfirmed report that there was a suicide bombing in the stadium. An eye witness told CNN of three dead in the stadium. In January 17 people were killed in Charlie Hebdo satire magazine in France. Updates coming…