The French capital was rocked Friday night by a series of coordinated terrorist attacks perpetrated by suicide bombers and gunmen armed with Kalashnikov automatic rifles; French President Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency and closed the country's borders as the death toll continued to rise.
Temporary Medical Centre Set up for Paris Attack victimsSaturday morning victims and survivors of the attacks in Paris were taken to the ballroom of the 11th district's town hall, where a special facility has been set up.
Police Cordon Still in Place at Cambodian Restaurant in ParisPolice cordon at a Cambodian restaurant in the 10th arrondissement in Paris, where one of the Friday attacks took place, has not been lifted, a RIA Novosti correspondent reports. Police continue their work at the site, which as about one kilometer away from the Bataclan concert hall.
Earlier, a RIA Novosti correspondent reported that police lifted the wide cordon around the Bataclan concert hall after a hostage situation at the club was resolved.
French President Francois Hollande discussed the Paris terrorist attacks with his US counterpart Barack Obama"The two leaders pledged to work together, and with nations around the world, to defeat the scourge of terrorism," the White House said in a statement.
Air France to Peform Planned Flights Despite Paris Attacks, Free Flight Changes PossibleThe carrier is offering free flight changes to passengers who are not willing to travel on November 13-15.
Eight Terrorists Killed in Paris AttacksEight terrorists are dead after the Friday deadly attacks in Paris, which took the lives of over 150 people, BFM TV reports.
Earlier reports said that 7 terrorists died. Three of them reportedly blew themselves up at the Bataclan music venue.
Attackers held hostages at the concert hall, where around 100 people died on Friday.
San Francisco City Hall stands in solidarity with Paris
Prosecutor: Accomplices of Paris attackers may still be on the looseFrench police are hot on trial for accomplices of suspected in commiting terrorist attacks in Paris.
All attackers are believed to be deadHead of Paris police says that all attackers are believed to be dead.
Bataclan rock venue attackers blew themselves up with suicide beltsParis police say attackers at Paris rock venue blew themselves up with suicide belts as police approached.
CIA to remain silent for now on terrorist attacks in ParisThe US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is not going to release information at this time on Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris, a CIA press officer told Sputnik.
"Nothing to share at this time," the CIA press officer said on Friday night.
A series to terrorist attacks took Place in the French capital on Friday, in which about 150 people were killed, according to media reports. The New York Police Department announced earlier that US law enforcement officers are assisting French police in the investigation into the terrorist attacks