UPDATE: Paris officials estimate the death toll to be at about 129 with 352 injured after a series of coordinated attacks that began with an attack at a cafe, the Bataclan concert hall among six sites.
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STATE OF EMERGENCY: Paris is under a state of emergency with a curfew in place for the first time since 1944 and the borders, which were closed, now have limited access.
ATTACKERS: As many as eight terrorists were involved. Seven were killed in suicide attacks, one killed by police. Three attackers are said to have either killed themselves at the Paris Bataclan concert hall.
VICTIMS: About 129 people are estimated to be killed. Around 352 were injured.
CONTACT: If you are concerned about loved ones in or around the Paris, call a State Department number of 1-888-407-4747.
The U.S. Embassy can be reached at 331-431-22222.
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OBAMA: President Barack Obama held a brief press conference calling it, "an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share."
FACEBOOK SAFETY CHECK: Those near the attacks can mark themselves as "Safe" on Facebook HERE.
EXPLOSIONS: A soccer fan watching a pickup game recorded an explosion which could be heard, and is said to have possibly been a suicide bomber.
Some crazy stuff going down in Paris. Explosion just ouside Stade de France https://t.co/43BgTE0V39— Terje (@ArsenalTerje) November 13, 2015
SKY NEWS: Watch the Eiffel Tower's lights go out in memory of those killed in #ParisShooting terror attacks.
One of the members of the Eagles of Death Metal which performed at the Bataclan concert hall, posted a photo shortly before the show on Twitter. Matt McJunkins tweeted this picture: