By Eliana Dockterman
Updated: November 14, 2015 6:49 PM ET

A coordinated attack on Paris left at least 129 dead on Friday night. The French government and families of the victims have begun to identify and release the names of those killed during the terrorist attack.

Nick Alexander

The British man sold merchandise for the band Eagles of Death Metal, which performed at the Bataclan on Friday. Both the family and the band broke the news about his death in separate statements.

Thomas Ayad

Ayad, 32, was a producer and manager for Mercury Music Group. He was killed at the Bataclan, the Associated Press reports.

Elodie Breuil

The 23-year-old was a design student at Conde in France. Her brother, Alexis, told TIME that she died at the concert.

Aurélie De Peretti

The 33-year-old who lived in Saint Tropez and loved music was killed at the concert, her sister confirmed to TIME.

Guillame Decherf

A writer who covered rock music for the French culture magazine Les Inrocks, Decherf, 43, was attending the Eagles of Death Metal concert just two weeks after having written about the band’s new album, according to the Associated Press. He had two daughters.

Asta Diakite

French soccer player Lassana Diarra posted on social media that his cousin, Diakite, was among the victims. “She was for me a point of reference, a support, a big sister,” said Diarra, who was playing in the game against Germany in the Stade de France on Friday when the violence broke out.

Alberto Gonzalez Garrido

The 29-year-old engineer from Madrid was living in France with his wife, who is also an engineer. They both attended the concert, but they were separated in the chaos, according to the Associated Press.

Nohemi Gonzalez

The 23-year-old American was a student at California State University at Long Beach spending a semester abroad at the Strate College of Design in Paris. The school confirmed her death on Facebook.

Mathieu Hoche

A technician at France24 news channel, Hoche, 38, was also killed at the concert, the Associated Press reports.

Djamila Houd

The Parisian, 41, hailed originally from Dreux, France and had worked for Isabel Marant, a prestigious Paris-based ready-to-wear house. She was killed in a cafe, according to the Associated Press.

Valentin Ribet

The 26-year-old lawyer with degrees from the London School of Economics and the Sorbonne, was killed at the Bataclan concert hall, according to his firm, Hogan Lovells.

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