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On the evening of 13 November 2015, a series of coordinated terrorist attacks—consisting of mass shootings, suicide bombings and hostage-taking—occurred in Paris, France, and Saint-Denis, its northern suburb. Beginning at 21:16 CET,[13] six mass shootings and three separate suicide bombings near the Stade de France occurred.[13][14] The deadliest attack was at the Bataclan theatre, where attackers took hostages and engaged in a stand-off with police which ended at 00:58 on 14 November.
At least 129 people were killed, 89 of them at the Bataclan theatre.[3][15][16][17] A further 352 people were injured by the attacks,[3] including 99 people described as being in a serious condition.[4] In addition to the civilian casualties, seven attackers were killed and authorities continued to search for any accomplices that remained at large.[2] Prior to the attack, France had been on high alert since the January 2015 attacks in Paris that killed 17 people, including civilians and police officers.[7] At 23:58, French President François Hollande announced a state of emergency, the first since the 2005 riots,[18] and placed temporary controls on the country's borders.[15] The first citywide curfew in Paris since 1944 was also put in place.[19]
Like most Friday nights, especially those with a “special event”, the Bataclan nightclub and concert hall near Paris’s Place de la République was heaving.
More than 1,000 fans had gathered at this popular venue for a concert by California group Eagles of Death Metal. The band had been on the stage for an hour and the music was loud. Heavy metal loud. Not loud enough, however, to mask the sound of gunfire.
Just before 10pm the newsflashes began reporting a “series of gunfire outbursts” in the French capital. The reports were brief and conveyed nothing of the unprecedented bloodbath unfolding in the French capital.
In what appeared to be coordinated and almost simultaneous terrorist attacks, dozens of people were killed and dozens more injured. At midnight, police said “several hundred” concertgoers inside the Bataclan were being held hostage by an unknown number of gunmen.
On 14 November, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) claimed responsibility for the attacks.[6][20][21] ISIL's motive was claimed by the group to be retaliation for French involvement in the Syrian Civil War and Iraqi Civil War.[11][22] Hollande said the attacks were organised from abroad "by Daesh,"[notes 1] an Arabic acronym for ISIS,[23] "with internal help,"[24] and described them as "an act of war."[25] The attacks were the deadliest to occur in France since the Second World War,[26][27] and the deadliest in the European Union since the Madrid train bombings in 2004.[18]
Dans la soirée du 13 Novembre 2015, une série d'attaques coordonnées contre-terroristes comprenant des fusillades, attentats-suicides et les prises d'otages se sont produits chez Paris, France, et Saint-Denis, sa banlieue nord. Début à 21h16 CET, [13] six fusillades de masse et trois attentats suicides distincts à proximité du Stade de France ont eu lieu. [13] [14] L'attaque la plus meurtrière était au théâtre Bataclan, où les attaquants ont pris des otages et engagé dans un stand- off avec la police qui a pris fin à 00h58 le 14 Novembre.
Au moins 129 personnes ont été tuées, 89 d'entre eux au théâtre Bataclan. [3] [15] [16] [17] Un autre 352 personnes ont été blessées par les attaques, [3], y compris 99 personnes décrites comme étant dans un état grave . [4] En plus des victimes civiles, sept assaillants ont été tués et les autorités ont continué à chercher des complices qui sont restés en général. [2] Avant l'attaque, la France avait été en état d'alerte depuis janvier 2015 attentats à Paris que tué 17 personnes, dont des civils et des policiers. [7] A 23h58, le président français François Hollande a annoncé l'état d'urgence, le premier depuis les émeutes de 2005, [18] et placé des contrôles temporaires sur les frontières du pays. [15] Le premier couvre-feu dans toute la ville de Paris depuis 1944 a également été mis en place
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