Paris is on lockdown Friday night as a series of attacks shook the city, with at least 128 people reported dead in at least three locations.
Explosions were reported outside a France-Germany soccer match at Stade de France, at least 100 hostages were taken during a heavy metal concert at the Bataclan theater, and shootings were reported at the Le Petit Cambrodge restaurant and Le Carillon bar, which are right across the street from each other. Shots were also reported outside the nearby La Belle Equipe cafe. Authorities say shots were also fired at a sixth, undisclosed location. At least 120 people were killed in all.
Here’s a map of all the confirmed locations of attacks around the city. The attacks are marked with black dots, while popular landmarks are marked with gold stars.
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