November 2015 Paris attacks
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The November 2015 Paris attacks were a series of mass shootings and suicide bombings that happened on November 13th, 2015 in Paris and Stade de France at Saint-Denis, France and at the Bataclan theatre concert venue, and at other sites. 130 people were killed. Because of this, French President François Hollande announced a national state of emergency. In his speech of 14 November, Hollande said that 128 people were killed and another 128 were gravely injured.
In total, over 350 people were injured during the attacks, about 100 of them are gravely injured. One of the attacks was at the Paris stadium, one of the others was at a theatre. The others six were at well-known places in the city. At least seven people were involved in the attacks: seven were suicide bombers, one was shot by police.