Paris attacks What We Know So Far

Paris attacks What We Know So Far

Three teams of gunmen and suicide bombers were involved in the coordinated attacks across Paris late Friday that killed at least 129 people, French prosecutors said Saturday.

President François Hollande declared a state of emergency late on Friday, ordering police and troops into the streets, and announced three days of official mourning as a stunned nation sought to comprehend the simultaneous assaults on restaurants, a concert hall and the national soccer stadium on a busy Friday evening.

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Summary of what we know:

At least 132 people killed

About 350 people injured, 99 critically

Shootings and explosions in six locations across city

Seven attackers died by detonating suicide belts

One attacker formally identified as Omar Ismaïl Mostefaï

Police are searching across France, Belgium, Greece and Germany

Highest death toll was at Bataclan theatre where 89 people died

Stade de France attack – unknown number killed

Boulevard de Charonne – 18 reported killed

Boulevard Voltaire – one killed

Rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi – five killed

Rue Alibert – 14 killed

Three days of national mourning in France