Over 100 die in series of attacks across Paris

French President Francois Hollande has declared a state of emergency across France.

Rescuers evacuate an injured person on Boulevard des Filles du Calvaire, close to the Bataclan concert hall in central Paris, early on November 14, 2015. Picture: AFP

JOHANNESBURG - Paris is in shock this morning after a night of terror in Paris.

It's being reported that around 118 people, including two gunmen, were killed after attackers stormed the Bataclan Concert Hall in the capital where an American rock band was playing. The attack was one of at least seven individual incidents, including a bombing at an international football match between France and Germany at the Stade de France on Friday night.

French President Francois Hollande was attending the soccer match but was not harmed. The French football association confirmed three people died in the attack at Stade de France.

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Gunmen are believed to have executed people attending the concert by a band from California after trapping many inside.

Concert-goers, band members and crew hid in the theatre as the gunmen opened fire.

At least 60 others are reported to have been killed in the attacks outside the theatre.

The violence started out with co-ordinated attacks at the Stade de France, a number of restaurants and the theatre.

Reports say a suicide bomber may have detonated explosives outside the stadium.

Hollande was evacuated from the stadium with the players stopping the match after the explosion and gunfire.

President Hollande has closed the borders and declared a state of emergency with fears that there may be more attacks.

No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks.