Paris Attacks Heard Outside Soccer Stadium During France-Germany Match (Video)


While Paris enjoyed a soccer match, the city came under attack.

At least 35 people are dead after multiple shootings and explosions around Paris on Friday, sources told the Associated Press. Paris deputy mayor Patrick Klugman later updated that number to as many as 118 people, according to CNN.

Around 100 people also reportedly were taken hostage at Bataclan concert hall before police stormed the venue and ended the siege.

Two explosions could be heard outside Stade de France, where Germany and France were playing a soccer friendly. Below is a video from inside the stadium when one of the explosions could be heard.

Fans remained in the stadium for security reasons during the attack.

U.S. president Barack Obama and French president François Hollande addressed the attacks.

This is a developing story, and we will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

UPDATE (11:50 P.M. ET): The death toll has risen to at least 153 people, according to CNN, and a Paris prosecutor announced that eight of the attackers are dead.

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