Atleast 153 people were killed in coordinated terror attacks across the French capital, Paris.
The attackers were reportedly carrying AK-47s and wore vests strapped with bombs.
8 attackers have been killed so far - one was shot dead by the police, while the other seven blew themselves up.
World leaders have unanimously condemned the attacks and extended their sympathies and support to France.
Attacks across six sites in Paris
People were shot dead at bars and restaurants across Paris. The sites of these attacks were the La Carillon bar, Le Petit Cambodge restaurant, La Belle Equipe, and the La Casa Nostra restaurant.
Gunmen opened fire on concert-goers and took hostages in the 1500-seat Bataclan concert hall.
There were explosions outside the Stade de France as France played Germany in a friendly football match.
Casualties as per French reports
According to French officials, at least 112 people were killed in the Bataclan concert hall.
14 were killed at the La Petit Cambodge restaurant on Rue Bichat, while 19 died on the Rue de Charonne outside the La Belle Equipe bar.
4 were killed on the Avenue de la Republique, while 4 others died outside the Stade de France.
Reports are still coming in.
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Second-ever emergency declared in France after WWII
France entered into a "state of emergency" for the second time since WWII, after terror attacks shook Paris. The last emergency was declared in November 2005, when the death of two immigrant teenagers sparked nation-wide riots.
ISIS claim responsibility for the Paris attacks
ISIS issued a statement in French, Arabic and audio formats via its established communication channels claiming responsibility for the Paris attacks.
Egyptian and Syrian passports were found on the Stade de France attackers, and one of the Bataclan attackers was a French extremist.
The official ISIS statement
The official ISIS statement claiming responsibility for the attacks read "eight brothers wearing explosive vests and assault rifles targeted carefully chosen locations in the heart of the French capital" and called Paris the "capital of abomination and perversion".
Paris attack primary suspect killed in raid
The French authorities announced that the key Belgian militant presumed of orchestrating the Paris terrorist attacks- Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was killed in the St. Denis police raid in the northern Paris suburb on 18 November.
Paris prosecutor, François Molins gave the confirmation of Abaaoud's death after fingerprint analysis had been conducted.
However, it could not be ascertained if he had blown himself up.
Air-strikes kill ISIS leader linked to Paris attacks
Col. Steve Warren the spokesman for the US led coalition against ISIS stated that air-strikes killed multiple ISIS leaders over the last few weeks, including Charaffe al Mouadan, closely linked to the ringleader of the Paris attacks.
He said the targets included 10 senior ISIS leaders "including several external attack planners," with designs on attacking western targets.
Mouadan was killed on December 24.
French IS suspect named as Paris attack mastermind
A veteran of the French Foreign Legion has been named by authorities as the mastermind of the deadly Paris and Brussels attacks.
Abdelilah Himich, also known as Abu Suleiman Al-Faransi, has been added to the US State Department list of "specially designated global terrorists."
Authorities said he was responsible for forming a "European foreign terrorist fighter cell."
Belgian police detain 2 over 2015 Paris attacks
Belgium's federal prosecutor's office said that police had detained 2 people in Brussels in connection with the 2015 Paris attacks that left over 130 people dead.
The prosecutor's office said the two would be produced before a court and judge would decide if charges could be brought against them.
Several of the perpetrators and organizers of the Paris attacks lived in Brussels.