Bloodbath in

14 Nov 2015

Bloodbath in Paris
150 are killed after jihadists take hostages at rock concert and Kalashnikov-wielding terrorist opens fire in restaurant. Two suicide bombers detonate near football stadium. 1,500 troops deployed as borders shut.

  • More than 150 people were killed and several wounded in a series of terror attacks in the heart of Paris last night
  • Up to 118 were massacred in the Bataclan concert hall where terrorists were holding hundreds of people hostage
  • The terrorists shouted 'Allah Akbar' and 'this is for Syria' as they burst in and opened fire, eyewitnesses have said
  • Police raided the theatre at around midnight, killed the three extremists inside and freed the remaining hostages
  • French President Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency for whole country and shut all of its borders

More than 150 people have been killed in a series of coordinated terror attacks in the heart Paris which have paralysed the French capital.
As many as 118 people alone were massacred at a concert in the Bataclan theatre following a hostage situation last night that concluded in a suicide attack while another 11 were shot down at a Cambodian restaurant.
Four of the attackers were killed in the concert hall, three by activating their suicide vests and one shot by police - four policeman were killed during the operation. Three more attackers died near the national stadium and a fourth was killed in a street in eastern Paris.


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