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Paris Attach ISIS Updates: Check here all latest news on paris attack. A Belgian court has approved the extradition to France of Mohamed Abrini, a key suspect in both the Paris and Brussels attacks. He was identified as "the man in the hat", seen on CCTV moments before the explosions at Brussels airport in March. Belgian police were alerted that Paris terror suspects – the Abdeslam brothers – were planning an attack in July 2014, it has been claimed. A “credible” source well known to the anti-terror police and close to the brothers, tipped off the anti-terror services, Belgian newspaper l’Echo reported. Authorities in France and Belgium took people into custody Saturday in the aftermath of the worst violence in France since World War II, a series of terror attacks that killed 128 people. ISIS claimed responsibility for these horrific Paris attacks, for which France vowed revenge.President Francois Hollande deemed the shootings and bombings "an act of war." He said early Saturday, "We will lead the fight, and we will be ruthless."Belgian authorities made a number of arrests there in the 1st publicized apprehensions after Friday night's bloodshed, a Belgian Justice Ministry spokeswoman said Saturday. In Belgium, raids were conducted in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Justice Ministry spokeswoman Sieghild Lacoere said. A car rented in Brussels was found near one of the sites of the Paris attacks, and "that's what triggered the raids," Lacoere said. In all, the raids took place in three homes in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, a Western intelligence source told CNN.
The attacks in Paris on the night of Friday 13 November by gunmen and suicide bombers hit a concert hall, a major stadium, restaurants and bars, almost simultaneously - and left 130 people dead and hundreds wounded..
Paris On a night when thousands of Paris residents and tourists were reveling and fans were enjoying a soccer match between France and world champion Germany, horror struck in an unprecedented manner. Terrorists -- some with AK-47s, some reportedly with bombs strapped to them -- attacked sites throughout the French capital and at the stadium where the soccer match was underway…………… 
The attack on the 1,500-seat Bataclan hall was by far the deadliest, where the gunmen opened fire on concert-goers watching US rock group Eagles of Death Metal. The event had been sold out.
The series of attacks not far from the Place de la Republique and the Place de la Bastille struck at the heart of the capital, before and after 22:00 (21:00 GMT) on Friday, when cafes, bars and restaurants were at their busiest.
Customers were singled out at a pizza restaurant, a Cambodian restaurant, a bar and a McDonalds outlet.
France has declared a national state of emergency and tightened borders after at least 120 people were killed in a night of gun and bomb attacks in Paris. 80 people were reported killed after gunmen burst into the Bataclan concert hall and took dozens hostage.
The siege ended when security forces stormed the building.
People were shot dead at bars and restaurants at five other sites in Paris. Eight attackers were later reported killed.
Police believed all of the gunmen were dead but it was unclear if any accomplices were still on the run after the string of near-simultaneous attacks.
Paris residents have been asked to stay indoors and about 1,500 military personnel are being deployed across the city.

Scores were killed in the coordinated attacks late Friday, leaving a nation in mourning and the world in shock. CNN will update this story as information comes in:
• Paris Prosecutor spokeswoman Agnès Thibault-Lecuivre said eight extremists are dead after attacks. Seven of them were killed in suicide bombings.
• U.S. President Barack Obama spoke with French President Francois Hollande to offer condolences and assistance in the investigation, the White House said. Earlier, Obama said, "This is an attack not just on Paris, not just on the people on France, but an attack on all humanity and the universal values we share." He called the attacks an "outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians."
• A total of six locations were attacked in and just outside the capital, Paris prosecutor François Molins told reporters Saturday.
Five suspected attackers have been "neutralized," said Molins. It was unclear whether that term meant the terrorists were dead.
• A witness tells Radio France that attackers inside the Bataclan concert hall entered firing rifles and shouting "Allah akbar."
• At least 153 people were killed in the Paris and Saint-Denis shootings and bombings, French officials said. Saint-Denis is home to the national stadium where the soccer match was being played.
The worst carnage occurred at Bataclan, with at least 112 left dead. A journalist who was at a rock concert there escaped and told CNN: "We lied down on the floor not to get hurt. It was a huge panic. The terrorists shot at us for 10 to 15 minutes. It was a bloodbath." Julien Pearce didn't hear the attackers speak, but he said one friend who escaped heard them talk about Iraq and Syria. Later, he said the men were speaking French. Two men dressed in black started shooting and after wounded people fell to the floor, the gunmen shot them again, execution-style, he said…..
A state of emergency has been declared across France after at least six attacks in Paris killed at least 120 people, sowing widespread fear.
Up to 80 of the victims died on Friday evening at the Bataclan concert venue in the French capital in a hostage situation, which has since ended.
Three attackers were killed at the site and a manhunt is under way as a number of armed men are believed to be on the loose. Another five attackers were killed elsewhere in Paris, prosecutors said. 
As France awakened on Saturday, security was tight across Paris, where 1,500 extra soldiers were deployed and all leave was cancelled for police personnel.
Three restaurants and a shopping centre were also targeted in shooting attacks.
Elsewhere, two explosions occured near the national stadium where the French national football team was playing against Germany. 
French President Francois Hollande was in the stadium at the time. Police said one suicide bomber and at least five people were killed in the stadium attack.
Reports also said that Paris has cancelled all public transportation services including the Metro.
Heavily armed security forces ended the hostage siege at the Bataclan concert hall after midnight local time. All four attackers were killed, French police said. Three of them died when they activated explosive belts they were wearing.  
"It was carnage in that concert hall," freelance journalist John Laurenson told Al Jazeera from Paris, adding that the death toll was higher than initially announced.
Eagles of Death Metal, an American band from Los Angeles, were playing at the night club.

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