November 14, 2015: In yet another shock to humanity, 140 people are feared to be dead in a coordinated terrorist attack in Paris.
The coordinated attacks, which will now be remembered as one of the worst in the world ever, were carried out in highly public places, including bars, restaurants and a rock concert.
If new reports turn out to be true, as many as 100 people are feared dead inside the Bataclan rock music venue alone.
Francois Molins, who is the Public Prosecutor of the city, said that the death toll is expected to over 140, reported Times of India.
One suicide bomber also caused an explosion at Stade de France stadium, where a friendly game was happening with President Francois Hollande in attendance.
Later on, Mr President declared a state of emergency and had ordered to close all national borders. According to latest reports, 1,500 troops have been deployed.
French police said early morning on Saturday that all attackers are believed to be read. However, Police Chief Micheal Cadot confirmed that the possible accomplices are being searched for.
The attacks follow the attacks at Charlie Hebdo magazine 10 months back when Islamic extremists killed 12 people.
In the latest attack, the worst scene was at Bataclan Venue, where more than 1000 people had gathered to hear the Eagles of Death Metal play.
Numerous people were taken hostage by the attackers, until the police arrived and killed two attackers.
For now, there has no claims for the attacks, and it remains to be investigated as now many attackers were responsible for this tragedy.
US President Barack Obama also condemned the attacks.