10:57 p.m.: The attacks in Paris have ended, but police continue to search for possible accomplices, the BBC reports:
— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) November 14, 2015
10:28 p.m.: In addition to approximately 150 dead, police are now reporting 200 wounded in Paris:
#BREAKING Over 200 injured in Paris attacks, 80 seriously: security source
— AFP news agency (@AFP) November 14, 2015
10:03 p.m.: Tomorrow’s headlines, across France:
(h/t Philip Bromwell)
9:57 p.m.: Paris police say they believe all seven attackers have been killed.
PARIS (@AP) — Head of Paris police says all attackers are believed to be dead.
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) November 14, 2015
9:25 p.m.: 1 World Trade Center tonight, in New York City:
9:24 p.m.: French authorities have confirmed a death toll of 153 so far. CNN’s Jake Tapper has a breakdown of the deaths by location.
112 killed at Bataclan venue;
14 at Petit Cambodge restaurant;
19 outside La Belle Epuipe bar;
4 on Ave de le République
4 outside stadium
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 14, 2015
8:51 p.m.: Paris has announced the closure of all city amenities tomorrow: “schools, museums, libraries, gyms, swimming pools, and food markets.”
Dès demain, fermeture de tous les équipements de la Ville: écoles, musées, bibliothèques, gymnases, piscines, marchés alimentaires
— Paris (@Paris) November 14, 2015
And CNN reports a death toll — so far — of 153:
8:24 p.m.: French news source reporting: “Four police officers killed during ‘very difficult’ assault on the Bataclan.”
8:20 p.m.: French president Francois Hollande spoke moments ago at the Bataclan concert hall, site of more than 100 deaths, according to local authorities:
Hollande at the Bataclan tonight: "We are going to lead a war, it will be pitiless" against the terrorists.
— Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) November 14, 2015
7:57 p.m.: Tomorrow’s Le Figaro: “War in the middle of Paris”
Update: 1500 French military personnel deployed on streets of #Paris.
— Lisa Daftari (@LisaDaftari) November 14, 2015
7:51 p.m.: Death toll at 158, according to Paris deputy mayor, via CNN:
— CNN Türk ENG (@CNNTURK_ENG) November 14, 2015
7:47 p.m.: The death toll at the Bataclan, via a Paris City Hall official:
— Sky News Newsdesk (@SkyNewsBreak) November 14, 2015
And via CNN:
CNN: At least 112 people were killed during the attack at the Bataclan concert venue –@jimsciutto
— Vaughn Sterling (@vplus) November 14, 2015
7:40 p.m.: Via police official, 100 dead inside the Bataclan concert hall following police raid, end of hostage situation:
— WKRN (@WKRN) November 14, 2015
7:33 p.m.: France24 reporting that, according to witnesses, gunmen inside the Bataclan concert hall shouted “Allahu Akbar” before opening fire on hostages. The gunmen reportedly threw grenades as police launched an assault to free at least 60 hostages.
7:31 p.m.: From an Italian reporter in Paris:
Paris citizens throwing sheets from windows on the streets in order to cover dead bodies
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) November 13, 2015
7:18 p.m.: Unconfirmed reports of 100 dead at the Bataclan concert hall following police raid, end of hostage situation:
100 reported dead at Le Bataclan alone (AFP via police source) https://t.co/uzpxK4W3em
— Mathieu von Rohr (@mathieuvonrohr) November 14, 2015
7:12 p.m.: An official statement from Secretary of State John Kerry:
7:09 p.m.: On CNN, a witness from the Bataclan concert hall describes the scene:
5:15 p.m.: Via MyFox8:
Several people were killed and seven others injured in a shooting in central Paris late Friday, according to BFMTV.
At least 26 people are dead in the attacks, Fox News reports.
Sixty people are being held hostage in the Paris Bataclan concert hall, according to Fox News. . . .
Lylia Melkonian, a reporter for France 2, told CNN there were three different sites where people were shot. CNN could not immediately confirm the number of places where shots were fired.
Police officials told the Associated Press there was an explosion in a bar near a Paris stadium.
One of the police officials told the Associated Press there was a separate explosion near the Stade de France north of Paris. It was unclear if the events were linked.
The hostage situation is ongoing. We’ll update the Corner as more information becomes available.