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Live: Death Toll of Paris Climbs Up to 140; Hostage Ended after Police Raid

By Zou Luxiao (People's Daily Online)    08:54, November 14, 2015

Countries worldwide condemn Paris attacks, beef up security

Countries worldwide have beefed up security following Friday's multiple attacks in Paris that killed at least 140 people and drew strong condemnations from the international community.

Colors of French national flag seen on top of New York WTC

Colors that resemble the French national flag are seen on top of the tower of One World Trade Center in New York Nov. 13, 2015. Over 100 people were killed in a mass hostage-taking at a Paris concert hall Friday and many more were feared dead in a series of bombings and shootings.

LeFigaro: Death toll at six attacked places: 

Bataclan: at least 82 dead

Stade de France: 4 dead

Road Charonne: 18 dead

Road Alibert: at least 12 dead

Road Fontaine au roi: at least 5 dead

Voltaire Bloulevard: 1 dead

AFP: 200 injured, 80 seriously

Over 200 people are injured, 80 in critical condition in Paris attacks, according to AFP.

A series of attacks took place in Central Paris starting from midnight; at least 140 have been confirmed killed, dozens others wounded, according to AFP.

Hostage crisis at the Theater Bataclan came to an end after French police stormed the place and killed three suspected jihadists. 400 troops have been deployed to the capital.

As the city is gripped by terror, French President Francois Hollande has declared a State Emergency, saying that the border will be closed. He also said he will not attend the upcoming G20 summit in Turkey due to the Paris Attacks.

All Paris attackers are dead

The Associated Press is reporting the head of Paris police saying all attackers are believed to be dead.

Chinese embassy in Paris issues security alert

The Chinese embassy in Paris issued a security alert late Friday after multiple bombing and gun attacks killed at least 140 people earlier in the day here.

Xi expresses "strongest" condemnation over Paris terror attacks

Chinese President Xi Jinpingon Saturday expressed the "strongest" condemnation over the series of terror attacks in Paris on Friday night.

Eight terrorists have been identified

According to LeMonde,fr, eight terrorists have been identified, seven of them killed themselves with bombs and explosive belts, one is killed by the police raid in theatre Bataclan.

Shock, horror and outrage over Paris attacks on French newspaper front page

A series of terrorist attacks occurred in Central Paris on Nov. 13, 2015. According to CNN, at least 153 have been killed. French mainstream newspapers demonstrate their shock, horror, outrage and sorrow on front page Saturday. 

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