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At least 60 people are confirmed dead and dozens injured in "highly coordinated" terrorist attacks in Paris, France on Friday.
At least 6-8 gunmen are holding dozens of concertgoers hostage at a concert hall in Paris.
The attacks are believed to be in retaliation for the death of ISIS executioner Mohammed Emwazi.
The 27-year-old ISIS executioner, who was dubbed Jihadi John, was killed in a drone strike in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria on Thursday.
A BBC journalist said he saw 10 bodies in the street outside the Petit Cambodge restaurant, where a gunman opened fire on diners. He said the victims are dead and wounded.
"There were a lot of dead people... it was horrific," eyewitness Ben Grant tells the BBC.
French media says at least 15 were killed in explosions at the Bataclan arts centre. Explosions were also reported outside a bar near the Stade de France.
Counter terrorism experts has put the city on heightened alert out of an abundance of caution. President Obama will make a statement about the Paris attacks.
UPDATE: The hostage situation at the Paris concert hall is over. 2 terrorists are reported dead.
UPDATE 2: AFP reports 120 killed at Paris concert hall.
UPDATE 3: At least 153 reported killed in Paris terrorist attacks.
UPDATE 4: Police say all attackers are dead in Paris after shootings and explosions that killed over 150 and injured over 200.
Praying for the people of France tonight.
— Wendy Williams (@WendyWilliams) November 14, 2015
— Candice Wiggins (@candicewiggins) November 14, 2015
Our hearts ache for the people of Paris. Prayers are with the victims’ families & other loved ones & those enduring this terror.
— Susan Rice (@AmbassadorRice) November 14, 2015
BREAKING: Images of hostages being freed in Paris pic.twitter.com/bFVRkw9QsD
— The Int'l Spectator (@intlspectator) November 14, 2015
Prayers for Paris.
— Nikki Beharie (@NikkiBeharie) November 14, 2015
Man, oh man... This world we live in! Nothing can stop hate but love and prayer. I send many many prayers up for you Paris!
— August Alsina (@AugustAlsina) November 14, 2015
— Terry McMillan (@MsTerryMcMillan) November 14, 2015