French media: At least 30 dead in Paris shootings

By REUTERS
November 14, 2015 00:14

 
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At least 30 people were killed in attacks in Paris and a hostage situation was under way at a concert hall in the French capital, French media reported on Friday.

Several explosions were heard near a stadium where a friendly France-Germany soccer match was being held, attended by President Francois Hollande.

People were being held hostage at the Bataclan concert hall in central Paris after several shots were fired, French news channel BFM TV reported.

Shooting at the Bataclan began one hour into the concert of a California rock group called Eagles of Death Metal, BFM TV said, adding that one or two people came in and began shooting in the air.

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