Death toll in Paris attacks rises to 26; hostages taken

By REUTERS
November 14, 2015 00:01

 
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At least 26 people were killed in shootouts in central Paris and explosions were heard near a stadium where a soccer match between France and Germany was underway, BFM TV and other French media reported on Friday.

Local police said hostages were being taken at Paris' Bataclan concert hall near the location of the shootings, AFP reported.

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