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  • French Authorities Secure Concert Hall: 12 Freed, 100 Dead

    Authorities have confirmed Paris police have retaken the concert hall Friday night where terrorist gunmen killed at least 100 hostages.

    The concert hall was secured after a police raid, reports Fox News. Terrorists in the concert hall were reportedly executing hostages one-by-one, and at least 100 are reported dead. Twelve hostages were freed after the raid.

    The incident was part of a coordinated attack happening throughout the French capital. More attacks outside a soccer stadium and bar were also reported. Over a hundred people are reported to have been killed.

    Earlier French police arrested a suspected terrorist involved. The suspect is reportedly from Syria. Gunman were reported at the concert hall, one of them yelling “this is for Syria,” according to reports. Three gunmen were reportedly killed during the police raid.

    A second shooting took place at the Petit Cambodge restaurant in the 10th district, with witnesses reporting bodies lying in the road. As many as six other attacks have also been reported as well but not confirmed. At least two suicide bombers were reported.

    French President Francois Hollande announced earlier in the evening that borders have been closed and the military has been dispatched to the streets. Hollande, who was inside the soccer stadium at the time of the explosions, was evacuated to the Interior Ministry.

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