A series of deadly terrorist attacks in Paris has shocked the entire world. The horrific terrorist attacks at the heartland of the French capital had horrified the world. It the was the Friday the 13th– which is mythically known as the black day of the history.
But, when the friendly match was going on between France and Germany at Stade de France a bomb exploded. France have won the match. But, attack outside the stadium during the match has left three dead and several injured.
Other than the bomb blast outside the stadium there were six other bomb blasts in six different places-restaurant, theater and community halls. In a theatre, where hostage were taken, hall 100 people were killed.
At Stade de France thousands of fans have gathered inside the stadium as the referee blew the final whistle. French President Francois Hollande was also seen in the commentary box to monitor the evacuation. French players were appeared in the tunnel to watch incidents going on the pitch.
The terrorist, who are yet to be identified, but believed that Syrian rebels influenced by ISIS’s ideology. There was shootout inside a nearby restaurant on the Rue Bichat and another shooting at the Paris Bataclan concert hall where terrorist holding at least 100 people hostage. The Paris police later cordoned the building and killed two terrorists.
This is the second terrorist attack in France after the deadly attack at Charlie Hebdo magazine for publishing an image of the prophet in January, at around 9 pm local pm.
France will host 2016 Euro Cup. So, the series of a terrorist attack in Paris will put a question mark over the second biggest football tournament after the world cup.
An eyewitness said the two explosions were loud enough to be heard over the sound of cheering fans in the stadium. Sirens were heard immediately and a helicopter was seen circling overhead.
As ant-terrorist police flooded the area, an officer on the scene warned, “the gunman is suspected to be still on the lose. People should leave the area.”
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