BREAKING: Dozens Killed, 100 Hostages Held In Paris After 2 Suicide Bombers Exploded In Attacks

Published on November 13, 2015

France has declared a state of emergency and closed their borders after multiple terror attacks have killed dozens and about 100 hostages are being held. Scroll down for a live news feed.

UPDATE: A series of coordinated terror attacks in the heart of Paris have left as many as 142 dead and paralysed the French capital with fear.

French police arrested one man who claimed to have been recruited by ISIS alongside three other extremists, it has been reported.

Around 112 were massacred at the Bataclan concert hall alone, where terrorists were holding around 100 people hostage, and another 11 at a restaurant shootout yesterday evening.

Police raided the theatre at around midnight, killed the three terrorists inside and freed the remaining hostages.

Just five miles away, two suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the Stade de France sports stadium where the French football team was playing a friendly match against Germany.

French President Francoise Hollande declared a national state of emergency following what he called ‘unprecedented terror attacks’, shut its borders and deployed 1,500 extra troops to the capital.

Read more: Daily Mail